sesh

n. bijeenkomst, vergadering; beperkte tijdsperiode (slang)

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  • Sesh — is a colloquial or slang short form of session, , Second Edition, Addition Series 1993 ] and is also a short form of seisiun, a word used by the Irish. Generally, sesh refers to a period of time spent engaged in some group activity. Increasingly …   Wikipedia

  • sesh — /sesh/ (informal) noun A session …   Useful english dictionary

  • sesh — noun /sɛʃ/ a) Short form of session. A period of time spent engaged in some group activity. b) An informal get together or meeting to perform a group activity. A sesh may or may not have a defined goal to accomplish but encompasses an implicit… …   Wiktionary

  • sesh — Scottish Vernacular Dictionary Having a bevvy. Ah m gon for an all day sesh. If am no back before Tuesday put the buckets oot …   English dialects glossary

  • sesh — n British 1. a drinking bout. A shortening of (drinking) session used typically by middle class youths in Britain from the late 1980s. We had a good sesh last night. 2. romantic play or sexual petting. In this sense the abbreviation is typically… …   Contemporary slang

  • sesh — n. session, meeting, conference; specified period of time (Slang) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • sesh — noun Brit. informal a session, especially a drinking session …   English new terms dictionary

  • sesh — Noun. A period of drinking or drug taking. Abb. of session …   English slang and colloquialisms

  • Sèsh — Eta yon bagay ki pa gen pyès dlo nan li …   Definisyon 2500 mo Kreyòl

  • Sesh Heri — (born 1955) is a theorist, illustrator and an author of fiction and non fiction. Heri resides in Sacramento, California.BiographyStarting in 1972 and continuing for several years, Heri performed as Mark Twain in his own one man show. This led to… …   Wikipedia

  • full sesh — [“ful “seJ] mod. totally; completely. (California.) □ He was really out of it full sesh. □ It was a great game. They went at it full sesh the whole time …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

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