noun the wife; missus; girlfriend; female partner
`The handbrake wouldn't let me'
hit his kick
colloquialism reached into his pocket (usually to pay for a round of drinks)
'Thommo hit his kick and bought us all a beer.'
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He has a few roos loose in the top paddock - Stupid
He couldn't lie straight in bed - Dishonest person, liar.
I'm so hungry I could eat a horse and chase the jockey - Hungry.
You've got a face like a wet weekend - Miserable
It's better than a poke in the eye with a burnt stick - Better than nothing........
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noun gaol; also (can) of beer
interj Come on!
Carn you bastards, get a move on!'
noun a cardboard box of beer; usually 24 tinnies (see) or stubbies (see) or 12 bottles
'There's a piss-up (see) at my house -- bring a carton with ya!'
noun a carpenter
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noun trousers (from tradename)
noun term of endearment; contraction of "Darling"
adjective absolute; certain; without doubt
`He's a deadset wanker'
noun derelict (US `bum')
`He's turned into a fair dinkum old derro'
proper noun Popular Australian Aboriginal media star/actor
adjective genuine; true (see also 'fair dinkum')
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