I've heard a phrase in London, it sounded like "It's a big zoozi" or something like that. I wonder what this could mean?

  • @sumelic, it was in an office in a talk between 2 colleagues. – user626528 Oct 19 '15 at 5:58
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    Why don't you ask them? In American slang in the 1920s it meant a very pretty girl; in modern slang it apparently means lint (see Urban Dictionary). If neither of these make sense, you and we need more context. What were the colleagues discussing? – Brian Hitchcock Oct 19 '15 at 7:24

Apparently, I just misheard it.

Doozy - something that is unusually good, bad, big, severe, etc.

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