Definition of razoo in English:

razoo

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Pronunciation: /rɑːˈzuː
 
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noun

[with negative] Australian /NZ informal
  • Used to denote an imaginary coin of little value or a very small sum of money: the lousy government never gave them a brass razoo
    More example sentences
    • Your right to use your property could be sterilised and you might get not a brass razoo for it.
    • This legislation is concerned with really vicious criminals and thugs, and we in New Zealand First say that they should not get a brass razoo.
    • If the Government can get away with it, it will put more and more of its social services on to local government without a brass razoo going along with it.

Origin

1930s: of unknown origin.

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