Definition of offie in English:

offie

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Pronunciation: /ˈɒfi
 
/
(also offy)

noun (plural offies)

British informal
An off-licence.
More example sentences
  • Only the Co-op and the offy were open this time of night.
  • Apparently the code is printed inside each pack, so there's no point hurrying down to your local offy / bottleshop with a pen and paper.
  • Are you tired of buying wine at your local offie or supermarket?

Origin

1970s: abbreviation.

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