Back of Bourke
Used in a sentencePerson 1 - "I've never heard of that town". Person 2 - "That because it's back of Bourke mate".
MeaningSausages (commonly found on the BBQ)
Used in a sentenceWould you like some White Crow on your Bangers?
Barbie / Barby
Used in a sentenceJust getting a few mates together for Australia Day and having a bit of a barbie
MeaningAn ordinary person, of the working class, an underdog, stoic against life's adversity.
Used in a sentencethe battler is somebody who finds in life that they have to work hard for everything they get ...
MeaningAn item of high quality
Used in a sentenceShe's a beauty that one
MeaningExpresses delight or satisfaction with a situation, person or object
Used in a sentenceMate, that new ute of yours is a real beauty bottler!
Meaningsomething of high quality
Used in a sentenceMate those snags are the bee's knees hey?
MeaningTime for a beer
Used in a sentenceHey mate, its beer o'clock.
MeaningSomeone who gets angry for no apparent reason.
Used in a sentenceI forgot to pass on the message and he just went berko!
best thing since sliced bread
MeaningA good invention, a good happening, something good.
Used in a sentenceYou're the best thing since sliced bread.
Beyond the Black Stump
MeaningMiddle of nowhere
Used in a sentenceWe're driving out beyond the black stump
MeaningSweet cookie or biscuit
Used in a sentenceChoc-chip bickies, YUM!
Used in a sentenceHey man, were ya at the big smoke last week?
MeaningA minor car accident
Used in a sentenceIt wasn't good, I took the old man's car and had a bit of a bingle in it. Doesn't look too bad but I reckon he'll go berko.
Bless your cotton socks
MeaningBless you. Aren't you wonderful. I really appreciate that!
Used in a sentenceOh you put my bins out for me yesterday? Bless your cotton socks, darl!
MeaningExclamation of surprise/disbelief/exasperation
Used in a sentence'Blimey' mate you gave me a surprise.
Used in a sentenceThis bloke from down the road has got the most awesome ute, it's tops!
Meaningyes / true
Used in a sentenceBloody oath mate, that is so true
Used in a sentenceThat's a bloody ripper.
Used in a sentenceThat guy's completely blotto.
Blow your dough
MeaningSpend all your money
Used in a sentenceI had a cracker of a day at the races, did you blow your dough?
Used in a sentenceMate get on the blower and tell that bloke to get over here now!
MeaningSomeone who is lazy
Used in a sentenceThat bloke is a bludger, seems like he spends more time sleepin than workin!
MeaningTo have an argument
Used in a sentenceThe two blokes over there are having a blue
Boat race / boat
MeaningFace, in rhyming slang
Used in a sentenceWipe that smile off your boat!
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Bob's your uncle
MeaningSaid to conclude a set of simple instructions or when a successful result is within reach
Used in a sentenceStick all the ingredients in one pot, boil for 30 mins, blend and bob's your uncle ... delicious soup.
MeaningA 170ml (6 fl oz) glass in Perth. Also referred to as a six, which is the commonly used term in Hobart.
Used in a sentenceWhy would I order a bobbie of beer?
Meaningnot well made or done
Used in a sentenceThat was a hell of a bodgie job, ya reckon.
Used in a sentencewhen ya go to the shops, grab some bog roll ok?
MeaningAn uncouth or unsophisticated person regarded as being of low social status.
Used in a sentenceMate, what a bogan!
Used in a sentenceHe shot through like a Bondi Tram.
Used in a sentenceThe sheila's cooking was bonza.
Meaninga bit of a thicko
Used in a sentencestrewth, old Bluey's fallen in the creek again, what a boofhead!
Meaninglarge kangaroo or actually anything extra-large, like massive waves.
Used in a sentenceGoing surfing with your mate. Let me show you where the boomers are.
Used in a sentenceGoing to the bottlo-e for some alcohol.
MeaningBest seat ever, sitting on the esky at the party.
Used in a sentenceMate, yeh yu on the box seat, can you chuck me a coldie please.
Used in a sentenceIt's not worth a brass razoo.
Used in a sentenceLet's go for a quick surf and then grab some brekky.
Meaningmeaning you have no chance of it happening
Used in a sentenceyou have buckley's chance of that happening
MeaningMale swimming costume
Used in a sentenceC'mon, get down to your budgie smugglers
MeaningTerm of frustration
Used in a sentenceOh, bugger it! Bugger! What a bugger!
Used in a sentenceBugger off, mate.
MeaningTo bully or intimidate someone
Used in a sentenceStop bullyragging me!
MeaningTo deliberately mislead someone
Used in a sentenceYeah looks like they've given us a bit of a bum steer, now were completely lost!
MeaningTo go off-road via all forms of transport
Used in a sentenceMe and my mates are going bush bashing this weekend
MeaningTo blow one's nose without a tissue
Used in a sentenceI didn't have a tissue, so I had to bush blow
MeaningAn ugly, ill-mannered person. A feral as opposed to a domesticated pig.
Used in a sentenceHe behaves like a bush pig.
MeaningGossip or rumours
Used in a sentenceHeard on the bush telegraph you're coming down to Sydney on the weekend. Want to catch up for some brekky or a barby?
MeaningKookaburra (everyone Aussie knows her) she's laughing at sunrise and sunset
Used in a sentenceDo you want me to set the alarm bro? No mate I've got bushman's clock, you know!
MeaningA look [butcher's hook - rhyming slang]
Used in a sentenceHave a butcher's at this!
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