Definition of sesh in English:

sesh

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Pronunciation: /sɛʃ
 
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noun

British informal
  • A session, especially a drinking session: an all-day sesh
    More example sentences
    • Heading for the freeway, we spotted a concrete park and stopped for a quick sesh.
    • A friend popped round this morning to report that he still feels dreadful after our sesh three nights ago.
    • Say we're sitting around, having a brainstorming sesh to solve a problem.

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