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baccy
American English: /ˈbæki/
British English: /ˈbaki/

Translation of baccy in Spanish:

noun

uncountable
  • (British English) [colloquial] [dated]
    Example sentences
    • It would be like the difference between dry, chemical-ridden cigarette tobacco and moist, flavourful rolling baccy… except far, far worse.
    • I zipped it open, pulled out my pipe, matches and baccy, and commenced to stoke up and enjoy a good British moment.
    • And old man with more beard than face spat a trail of baccy across the stump of a felled tree.

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