Definition of prezzie in English:

prezzie

Line breaks: prez|zie
Pronunciation: /ˈprɛzi
 
/
(also pressie)

noun

British informal
A present: a birthday card and prezzie for Chris
More example sentences
  • With special offers on beauty products and a wide range of flowers, plants, confectionery, gifts, cakes and wine, if you're struggling to decide on the perfect prezzie, gift vouchers could be the solution.
  • I think Benji had fun over his birthday, he certainly got millions of lovely cards and some nice pressies.
  • I had some cards and a pressie waiting for me in the post.

Origin

1930s (as presee): abbreviation.

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