New Zealand slang verb.

A short peak or inspection of something. Casual and informal behaviour of the action is inferred by the verb.

Often joined by the adverb, quick. eg. quick squizzy.

May also infer an action of tinkering, such as a fiddle with something. eg, "yeah, come have a squizzy" may be used in response to two mechanics who can't seem to work out a problem in a car enginne
"Can I just take a quick squizzy?"

"Yeah, come have a squizzy"

"We just had a quick squizzy at the new showroom"
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(slang) A cigarette. (Squizzarette may also be used, but not as often)

I first heard this term used in the early 90's by deadheads
Damn, I'm down to my last squizzy...
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1) A combination of Fuzzy and Squishy
2)soft yet squishes and has the softest fluff in the world on it
Duuude! That dog plushie is so squizzy!
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An Australian term for "have a quick look" or "inspect this object". Used casually.
"G'day Bob, come over and have a squizzy at my new fridge!"

"Hey Rob, want to go over to the markets for a squizzy?"

"Oi Trevor, did you have a squizzy at that girl last night? She was pretty hot."
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An absolute sick cunt..
Best bloke to be around and will put a tab on at the bar if asked…
If you know one… keep him close as he will never do you wrong.
Squizzy… he’s the man
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