Definition of spesh in English:

spesh

adjective

British
informal
  • Special.

    ‘her performance was nothing spesh’
    ‘anyone spesh in your life at the moment?’
    ‘it was a present from a spesh friend’
    • ‘Surrounded by bundles of buddies, but feel like something spesh is missing?’
    • ‘But - are they all just going along to check out the newest ticket in town, or is it something a little bit spesh?’
    • ‘There are some lovely surprises in store and the last half hour or so of the film is particularly spesh.’
    • ‘If you wanna super, spesh dessert get Panino al Gelato Limone: lemon cream gelato sandwich with lemon curd, whipped cream, and lemon chips.’
    • ‘This year I've gone all classic with rich purple - deep saturated colour - very spesh.’
    • ‘One pair are a rather spesh red patent pair of sexy stilettos, another are white.’
    • ‘But there's something about stepping out of Christmas chaos and into a bath on Christmas day that makes the whole ritual different and spesh.’
    • ‘Crostini with arugula, prosciutto, and grape tomatoes tossed with vinaigrette and topped with smoked mozzarella doesn't sound like anything spesh.’
    • ‘The french fries were nothing spesh.’
    exceptional, particular, extra special, unusual, marked, singular, uncommon, notable, noteworthy, remarkable, outstanding, unique
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adverb

British
informal
  • Especially.

    ‘this is my fave place, spesh when the sun shines’
    • ‘A tin of spag bol with garlic salt and black pepper reduced in a frying pan for 10 mins is delish, spesh with a chunk of crusty bread.’
    • ‘I watch this video at least once in a month - this particular skatepark mixed with this song makes it one of my favourites, plus all the riders, spesh Craig!’
    • ‘It's too ridiculous that she didn't make it, spesh when the judges put through Jean who can't sing in tune!’
    • ‘Aged only 9, his bass is about 4 times the size of him, so it's pretty adorable, spesh when the subject matter consists mainly about the tough life of being a kid.’
    • ‘Is it just me or does Ferne look like she has a teeny baby bump showing, spesh following the last news update when she kept touching her belly?’
    • ‘Ahhh who cares, spesh when we read about how much the poor rip the state off for anyway?’
    • ‘Justin Timberlake Day sure is exciting, spesh coz of the recent news that later in the year we will be offered Part 2 of 20/20.’
    mainly, mostly, chiefly, principally, for the most part, in the main, on the whole, largely, by and large, to a large extent, to a great degree, predominantly, above all, first and foremost, basically, substantially, overall, in general, particularly, in particular, primarily, generally, usually, typically, commonly, as a rule
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Pronunciation

spesh

/spɛʃ/