Chiefly British Slang.
[ buhk-shee, buhk-shee ]
/ ˈbʌk ʃi, ˌbʌkˈʃi /
a gift, gratuity, or small bribe.
an extra ration or portion.
free of charge; gratuitous.
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Origin of buckshee
First recorded in 1915–20; variant of baksheesh
Words nearby buckshee
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British Dictionary definitions for buckshee
/ (ˌbʌkˈʃiː) /
British slang without charge; free
Word Origin for buckshee
C20: from baksheesh
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