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trixie

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Pronunciation: /ˈtrɪksi
 
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Definition of trixie in English:

noun

British
A bet consisting of three doubles and one treble: I had a tenner trixie a few years back which netted me over £5,500
More example sentences
  • I'm thinking of a trixie on FC Basel, Sparta Prague and Dinamo Zagreb.
  • Put a trixie on the first 3 horses - made a nice little profit on these!
  • The bet was a trixie, made up of 3x£5 doubles and a £5 treble for a stake of £20.

Origin

1970s: of unknown origin.

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