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Italian translation of 'geezer'

geezer

(ˈɡiːzəʳ)

noun

  1. (British, informal) tizio

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Example Sentences Including 'geezer'

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I was an agile little geezer.
Max Arthur Lost Voices of the Edwardians: 1901–1910 in the words of the Men & Women Who Were There (2006)
But there's life in the old geezer yet.
Times, Sunday Times (2007)
He's a dapper little geezer.
Times, Sunday Times (2011)
Mainstream music back then was as awful as today's seems to this old geezer.
Times, Sunday Times (2008)
How about'Who's the geezer with the dodgy barnet?
The Sun (2009)
Not bad for an old geezer!
The Sun (2014)
Third round'This old geezer might have a chance.
Times, Sunday Times (2009)
He's a great old geezer.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
And she left him standing there feeling like a decrepit old geezer because he didn't have any body art.
The Sun (2016)
I look in the mirror and this other old geezer looks back at me.
The Sun (2016)
There is very little of the geezer about these people.
Times, Sunday Times (2006)
You don't want to go on and look like a dodgy old geezer up there.
The Sun (2008)

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Used Rarely. geezer is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary

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