prezzie

prezzie

(ˈprɛzɪ)
n
a variant spelling of pressie
Translations

prezzie

[ˈprezɪ] N =presentregalo m

prezzie

n (Brit inf: = present) → Geschenk nt
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The prolific Geordie songwriter offered to record a specially written song on a subject of the winning fan's choosing in exchange for their most terrible festive prezzie.
The songwriter offered to record a specially written song in exchange for their most terrible festive prezzie.
SILVINIACO CONTI gave punters the perfect Christmas prezzie as he powered to victory in the William Hill King George at Kempton.
Mum-of-five Katie, whose breast size has fluctuated between 32B and 34FF, said: "I'm getting my boobs done again - my Christmas prezzie to myself.
Donna Marie Bell SPORT: Loic Remy is ready to put his horror miss against Southampton behind him "Loic we want a nice early Christmas prezzie from you at Palace
I know what you lot can get me for a prezzie ahhhhhh
Etiquette expert Amanda Scatuorchio says to snail mall a sweet note within two weeks of getting a prezzie.
Green Man 2010 takes place over the weekend of August 20-22 and tickets are on sale now - just in time to make a Christmas prezzie for the music lover in your life.
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So buy your man in a van a little prezzie - the Highway Code.
Cousins Takara Prezzie, 8, and Brittany White, 9, both of Oxnard, performed a rap version of the wiener song.
A premature prezzie for most of us then, while all you sozzled Auld Lang Syners out there can still get your end-of-year Jools fix via his traditional televised count down of the dying moments of December 31.