Definition of bezzie in English:

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bezzie

Pronunciation: /ˈbɛzi/
(also bessie, bezzy) British informal

adjective

Denoting a person’s best or closest friend: we’re practically bezzie mates Fiona’s my bezzy pal
More example sentences
  • It's always good when another of your bezzie mates joins in with something you believe in passionately.
  • Bezzie mates Sandra and Jack got it together at the end of the last series.
  • And that's all I'm looking for in the show, I'm not looking for a new bessie mate!

noun (plural bezzies or bessies)

A person’s best or closest friend: she and Nadine used to be bezzies and even shared a flat find out how well you know your bessie
More example sentences
  • Me and the bezzie and his Mrs. went to see the new Ron Shelton film last night.
  • My mother has had to cancel seeing her bezzie tomorrow for what I think was gonna be drinks-related evening larks possibly, as said best friend is comforting a younger colleague.
  • Just got that off me bezzie Rebecca.

Origin

Mid 19th century (isolated US use, apparently in representation of vernacular speech): colloquial alteration of best.

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Line breaks: bez¦zie

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