Military term referring to civilian clothing, or someone who is not in the Armed Forces (Army, Navy, RAF)
"Right lads, we're off out in civvies tonight"
"Fucking civvies getting in my way thundercunts"
by 0-1Alpha January 25, 2014
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A slang word short for "civilian," but as a military term, has a connotation for an innocent civilian bystander not involved in a military or war.
"Watch your fire, troopers. We don't want to hurt any civvies on this mission. Move out!"
by SahaOasi December 1, 2014
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Shorter name for YouTuber Civvie 11. Describing himself as "The Pinnacle of Online Entertainment", his channel revolves around reviews of old FPS games, occasionally being titled with a Pro moniker (Pro Doom, Pro Nukem 3D, Pro-Wang, etc).
Although he isn't the most well-known user on the platform, he appears to be making a cameo in the upcoming game Postal 4: No Regerts.
Did you see Civvie 11's video about Duke Nukem Forever? Well worth the wait for 100K subs!
by BrochachoYT December 14, 2020
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A shortened way of saying a civil war on black Twitter. Similar to the way black Twitter shortened pandemic to panny.
When is this civvy starting?

These white people boutta start a civvy in a panny.
by Sash.handle January 7, 2021
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Phrase used by memebers of the armed forces, in the UK, to refer to civilian life in general but especially a career or job which does not involve the armed forces or government.
Oposite of "The Mob" which can mean any1 of the armed forces.
There is a huge differance between civvy street and the mob; in the mob if some1 says they will do something it will usually get done within the next day to 3 weeks, in civvy street they just say it and it means fuck all, especially down south.
by AMX December 6, 2006
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Known in civilian life Civilian life as "CIWS" - Close-In Weapon System, a short-range anti-missile point defense system commonly comprised of a radar system and rotary-barreled Gatling gun. In NATO, the system is the Vulcan Phalanx. A newer version, Goalkeeper, uses the GAU-8 30mm Gatling gun found in the A-10 Thunderbolt for increased range and destructive power. Can have anti-surface modes as well, for use against small craft and the like. Derisive interpretations of the acronym include: 'Christ, It Won't Shoot', and 'Captain, It Won't Shoot,' due to common maintenance difficulties.
We worked on the civvy street all night and the piece of shits still broke!
by Atomic Johnny March 31, 2005
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Civvies is usually used in South Africa where it means that you get a day where you don’t have to wear uniform.
“Yes we get to wear civvies on Friday!”
by The baddest hun May 7, 2022
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