Frosty Jack's cider in 3 litre bottles, however can occasionally be used for different sizes and brands.
Jacob: are you smashing a baz tonight Terry?
Terry: no because I'm a pussy
Someone or Something that is weird, out of place, unusual.
Can also be combined with other words to stress the weirdness of a situation. Ex: Bazatron, Bazalicious
1. She is such a baz.
2. That movie was so baz.
3. What a Baz!
A housebound loner, bitter and twisted and prone to spontaneous abuse in the many chatrooms he frequents.
I wish Baz would leave B3ta, his joke is wearing thin.
Meaning shite. Baz is short for 'Barry' which in turn is short for 'Barry White'. 'Barry White' is rhyming slang for shite.
I really need a Baz
A common name for a variable used in programming examples or exercises. It ranks third in popularity after "foo" and "bar", respectively. In fact, it is generally only used when a third variable is needed for the exercise (i.e. foo and bar have already been used).
An exercise in pointers:
int * bar = &foo;
int ** baz = &bar;
// (*baz == bar) now evaluates to true
An overweight, alcoholic, unemployed chav
, most commonly encountered trying to start a fight in his local pub or getting sunburnt during a cheap holiday to Magaluf.
Baz (after 15 pints):'ere, you just spilled me bird. an' stop lookin' at me pint!
Brit Holiday Maker #1: Not much foreign culture on disply here, is there?
Brit Holiday Maker #2: No, the whole place is full of Baz's. We'll go somewhere more expensive next year.
Can be used as a verb to describe any action that is common (Ex. 1)
Can also replace any word in a conversation that has been forgotten or that you don't understand (Ex. 2)
Ex. 1: 'Hey, baz me that cat.'
Ex. 2: 'Can you baz that baz over here, there's a baz in my eye!'