adjective[often as exclamation] British informal, dated
Excellent: here in 24 whizzo pages is The Story of Monetary Policy
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- Eric said the water ruined their electronic wizzo till, affected the overhead lights and doused the cigarette and sweet stock.
- When it was discovered that nobody liked watching them, the channel had the whizzo idea of buying well-made, grown-up TV shows from America like ER, Ally McBeal and Frasier.
- But this year I've been given some whizzo presents (not one watch - can you Adam and Eve it?) which required a more proactive approach.
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