- a hot drink, usually tea or coffee.
Hey, you wanna brewski?
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brewski — [bro͞o′skē] n. pl. brewskis, brewskies Slang a drink of beer … English World dictionary
brewski — brew•ski [[t]ˈbru ski[/t]] n. Informal. an individual can or bottle of beer. Ah, just what I wanted, an ice cold brewski[/ex] • Etymology: [1975 80; brew + ski as suffix] … From formal English to slang
brewski — AND brewsky [“bruski] n. beer; a beer. □ Hey, how ’bout a brewski? □ I’ll take a nice cold brewsky … Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions
brewski — noun Etymology: 2brew + ski, suffix in Slavic surnames Date: 1978 slang beer 4 … New Collegiate Dictionary
brewski — /brooh skee/, n., pl. brewskis. Slang. brew (def. 12). [1980 1985] * * * … Universalium
brewski — noun a) beer b) A serving of beer … Wiktionary
brewski — n Beer. Let s go down to the inn and have a few brewskis. 1970s … Historical dictionary of American slang
brewski — n American a beer. An elaboration of brew popular with students … Contemporary slang
brewski — n. (Slang) beer … English contemporary dictionary
brewski — noun (plural brewskis or brewskies) N. Amer. informal a beer. Origin 1980s: from brew + a fanciful ending … English new terms dictionary