People:Mate – Anybody at all, typically used only to refer to men, used as an informal address for strangers (“G’day, mate”), as a name placeholder for friends, and as a term for friends in general (“Invite your mates around”). Love – Similar to ‘mate’ but used for women. Or from a woman to male. Depending on context can ether be + or – eg, “Now listen here love” “what shall it be love” “want a drink love” Drongo – Light-hearted insult, silly or dim-witted Aussie – Australian – pronounced Ozzy Relo/Rellies – Relative, as
Some more:Amber fluid : beer Ambo : ambulance, ambulance driver Avos : avocados Bail (somebody) up : to corner somebody physically Bail out : depart, usually angrily Barbie : barbecue (noun) Barrack : to cheer on (football team etc.) Bathers : swimming costume Beaut, beauty : great, fantastic Big Smoke : a big city, especially Sydney or Melbourne Bikkie : biscuit (also “it cost big bikkies” – it was expensive) Bingle : motor vehicle accident Bities : biting insects Bizzo : business (“mind your own bizzo”) Blow in the bag : have a breathalyser test Blue : fight (“he was having a blue with his
Geography :The bush – areas outside of major cities and towns. The outback – the deserts of inland Australia Bushfire – wildfire Whoop-Whoop – The middle of nowhere (eg: So I was stuck out whoop whoop…) It is a short ‘oo’ sound, like in ‘pull’, not long like in ‘choose’. Also an actual town in the middle of the Australian bush. Beyond the black stump – An imaginary point beyond which the country is considered remote or uncivilised Back of Beyond – Even further than beyond the black stump. Really far. Scrub – Thick, snotty bush
G’day Mate! Welcome to Aw-stray-lee-uh (Australia).
We have tried to compile some of the Australian slang, words and phrases here for making easy to understand the language and culture. The idea is to make you feel a lot at home on your first day Down Under.
Greeting:Hey / G’day – Hello (Often combined with How ya doin’ / goin’) How ya goin’/ How’s it going? – How are you? How ya doin’ – How are you? How’s it hangin’? – How are you feeling? Not bad mate – Not bad mate (friend) Cheers mate – Thanks No worries / No
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