What is a geezer

geezer (English)

Part of speech: noun

Hyphenation:
gee | zer, Plural: gee | decomposed
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: British: [giːzə], Plural: [giːzəz]
American: [giːzɚ], Plural: [giːzɚz]
Word meaning / definition:
1) British, informal a male person, especially boys; the guy, the guy
2) American, informal an old man
3) British, outdated, non-standard the boiler, the standard notation is geyser
Synonyms:
1) guy, british: bloke, chap, cove, fellow, american: dude, fella, homey old-fashioned: feller, australian: bruce
3) geyser, boiler
Opposite words:
1) slang: gal, australian: sheila
3) fridge
General terms:
man, human, people
Application examples:
1) You are a silly young geezer.
You're a stupid young man.
2) Let's help that old geezer cross the road.
Let's help this old man cross the street.
3) Our geezer has broken down. Go call the service.
Our boiler is broken. Call the service.

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What was the geezer saying?
Tatoeba.org Sentence 2212636

When is the slant-eyed geezer coming?
Tatoeba.org Sentence 6465915

Everyone is a geezer.
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Entries from our dictionary containing "geezer":

House: House (German) part of speech: noun, (neuter) cases: nominative: singular house; Plural houses Genitive: singular house; Plural houses dative: singular house; Majority of houses ...

Guy: ... 1) guy, British: bloke, chap, cove, fellow, old-fashioned: geezer (new meaning: an old person), American: dude, fella ...

chap: ... (rough customer) used in 1716. Synonyms: 1) guy, British: bloke, cove, fellow, old-fashioned: geezer, American: dude, fella, homey old-fashioned: feller, Australian: bruce 2) customer 3)…

guy: ... gei, or German Geitau synonyms: 1) British: bloke, chap, cove, fellow, old-fashioned: geezer (new meaning: an old person), American: dude, fella, homey old-fashioned: ...

bloke: ... from Romani or Hidi loke (man) Synonyms: 1) guy, British: chap, cove, fellow, obsolete: geezer (new meaning: an old person), American: dude, fella, homey obsolete: ...


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