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noun [countable] British     SMIDSY pronunciation in British English
/ˈsmɪdziː/
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pluralSMIDSYs

or smidsy 

 
  1. an occasion when a cyclist is knocked off their bike by a motorist who didn’t see them in time

    I got taken out a couple of months ago, classic smidsy, and the insurance are trying to blame it on me.

 

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a rise in the level of a stream or river

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