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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Nor is it known what 97-year-old Prince Philip said about his prezzie - a fishing rod.
Newmarket David Milnes Irish Times 2.00 Newcastle, nap Henry Spiller's three-year-old got going all too late when fourth to Prezzie over this trip at Lingfield a week ago.
It'll make a great prezzie for any youngsters who haven't been put off Dickens by school yet.
IT'S hard to leave pets off the Christmas prezzie list when they are such a part of the family.
The Fife circuit have come up with this brilliant buy a prezzie in zero to gifty seconds.
Loving my new #birthday prezzie #sky @jenmeyerjewelry
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.
CONCLUSION: At such a low price point I'd like to see this in my Christmas stocking, or a birthday prezzie or even an Easter egg replacement!!.
Nor is it known what 97-year old Prince Philip said about his prezzie - a fishing rod.
"In the 60s there were 48 in my class, I went on to pass 11+ then on to grammar school." Ann Whittaker SPORT: Perez has admitted it is a "great pleasure" to be linked to the likes of Man United and Tottenham Hotspur."Would be a great late Xmas prezzie if he was still with us come the end of January." Michael Woodruff ENTERTAINMENT: Jungle Queen Vicky Pattison has revealed how she felt she wasn't "good enough" to be on I'm A Celebrity - despite going on to win it.
PRESENTS: "I give my close friends joke gifts--something funny that reminds me of our relationship (oh, and a nice prezzie, too)."
I know what you lot can get me for a prezzie ahhhhhh!!!!!!!" James Thrupp said: "OMG Miley is coming to Birmingham.