- n. UK, slang A toilet.
- Possibly from Italian casa ("house"), via 1870s Cockney word carsey. (Wiktionary)
“One officer appears to refer to the city as a "khazi" - slang for toilet - and tells an American colleague: "You've missed nothing, it's not exactly a jewel in England's crown.”
“The khazi was a row of "seats" wich dropped into a communual drain along the back of the row of seats.”
“Such relief is hardly possible in a crowded velodrome, making Sir Chris's khazi just one of the impressive details to be found in a structure that threatens to give the London Games a good name.”
“If this is an example of the mindset of nu labours advisor's then its not really a surprise that flash gordons getting flushed, along with the UK's economy ... right down the khazi ....”
“Yes, good idea flogging off the water companies to private french speculators so that their shareholders could pocket loads of those nice new £50 notes whilst we had to flush the khazi once a month.”
“Shit, anything less than three-ply toilet paper in the staff khazi is enough justification for me calling strike, so I'm all for industrial action, comrades.”
“Well I wouldn't know about that I mean rock 'n' roll didn't stop when Elvis died on the khazi it just got worse.”
“Scene: the aforementioned dudes minus Eko who's waiting up top to confess to his brother, and Paulo who's ducked out to take a dump in the Pearl's khazi are chilling down in the hatch scratching their collective heads about how to use the computer to communicate with the Others.”
“I mean, what compels someone to beat off in a frickin' bookstore khazi?”
“Actually it looked like London was trying to get to the khazi before it puked.”
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