Definition of sixer in English:


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Pronunciation: /ˈsɪksə


1The leader of a group of six Brownies or Cubs.
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  • I never was a sixer or a seconder, let alone a patrol leader.
2 Cricket , chiefly Indian A hit for six runs.
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  • They have also chosen to distribute sweets whenever batsmen scored a sixer and a boundary or a bowler bagged a crucial wicket.
  • The action replay of a sixer was worth $700,000.
  • In fact, yesterday's game was played almost 19 years to the day Miandad hit that sixer.
3US A six-pack.
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  • Open up any magazine, not just this one, and there's some half-clad model sporting a sixer.
  • Shoot, it's a two six-pack road trip for the aggressive LSU fan; a one sixer for those saving it for the French Quarter.
  • I honestly think he could have polished off the whole sixer if we hadn't been plucking from its vine.

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