MeaningUncool / not fashionable
Used in a sentenceThose track pants are so daggy.
Damage the Doulton
MeaningTo suffer from bad stomach complaint
Used in a sentenceAfter that vindaloo last night I was left damaging the doulton for ages
Used in a sentenceuze is all dardy, unna
Used in a sentenceoh no! we're out of date roll
Meaningshort for the name Darren
Used in a sentenceoi dazza
Used in a sentenceWhat's for lunch? Dog's eyes and dead 'orse [meat pies and tomato sauce].
George R. Smith
Deliver the goods
MeaningDeliver what was promised.
Used in a sentenceYeah they always deliver the goods, even if they're finding it a little tricky!
MeaningDerived from the word 'derelict'. Means an unkept person.
Used in a sentenceGet a job you bloody derro!
MeaningTo be devastated or upset about something.
Used in a sentenceI'm sick mate, and won't make it to the party tonight. Totally devo.
MeaningAn authentic afternoon tea made up of Devonshire Tea, Scones, Cream and Jam
Used in a sentenceThis arvo I'm off out with the family to enjoy a lovely Devonshire!!
Used in a sentenceThe digger's fought in world war 2
Used in a sentenceYeah mate it's dinki-di, I've got one myself!
MeaningKentucky Fried Chicken
Used in a sentenceGot some dirty bird for dinner....
MeaningTerm given to kitchen staff who wash the dishes
Used in a sentenceHow many dish lickers have we got tonight?
MeaningUsually means a canine/dog.
Used in a sentenceThe dish lickers ate the roast, while it was defrosting on the table! (The bloody dogs ate our roast.) I done me dough on the dish lickers last night! (I lost money betting on the Greyhound races.)
Do a Bradbury
MeaningWhen an underdog comes from behind, against all odds, to snatch an unexpected victory, usually due to an element of luck or good fortune.
Used in a sentenceDid you see Wazza pull off a Bradbury in that race?
Do bugger all
MeaningTo do absolutely nothing
Used in a sentenceI'm going to do bugger all this weekend, been a bloody busy week!
Do the bolt
Used in a sentenceHe did the bolt before I could speak to him!
Do the Harold Holt
MeaningGet away from somewhere with speed
Used in a sentenceOnce I realised that, I did the Harold Holt!
Do their nut
MeaningTo throw a tantrum
Used in a sentenceThey do their nut over that!
Do ya 'nana!
MeaningAussie slang for "going bananas" or tantrum.
Used in a sentenceThey got so angry they did their 'nana!
Do ya' block
MeaningExplode with rage
Used in a sentenceDon't do ya' block said Davo' to his fiance when he was late for their wedding.
Meaningany other chicken franchise
Used in a sentenceJust had some dodgy bird, I'm full mate.
Used in a sentenceFirst of all you're going to clean up your room, it looks like a dog's breakfast!
Used in a sentence'Goin' down the corner shop for a dog's eye"
Don't get off ya bike
MeaningIt is not the biggest problem in the world
Used in a sentenceHey mate, its only a scratch, don't get off ya bike about it
Don't know him from a bar of soap
MeaningNot having any idea who someone is
Used in a sentenceThat guy over there? I don't know him from a bar of soap
Don't make a mountain out of a mole hill
MeaningDon't exaggerate a situation into more than it is.
Used in a sentenceIts no big deal, she's just making a mountain out of a mole hill.
Done like a dinner
Meaningover and done with, finished, completed
Used in a sentenceThat's all finished, done like a dinner.
Done the dash
MeaningTerm used at cessation of job, life and various other situations.
Used in a sentenceHe's done the dash in that job mate.
MeaningEngine of a car or truck
Used in a sentenceMy new Holden's got a V8 donk.
MeaningRiding pillion on a push bike
Used in a sentenceJack gave me a double up to the pub.
MeaningA phrase used when someone is fired up or angry.
Used in a sentenceDown Bessy! You need to calm down.
Down the gurgler
MeaningWasted effort, to go down the drainpipe.
Used in a sentenceWe got a bit of a bum steer, now the whole thing is down the gurgler.
Meaningterm given to someone who does something of silly nature
Used in a sentenceWhat did you do that for ya drongo!
MeaningSomeone who isn't very smart and hasn't made it very far in life.
Used in a sentenceSome dropkick squashed a pie on my seat.
Dry as a dead dingo
Used in a sentenceMy throat is as dry as a dead dingo!
Meaningthe best / same as "cat's pyjamas" or "bee's knees"
Used in a sentencethese were the duck's guts when they first came out
George R. Smith
Used in a sentenceI'm just going to duck into the dunny, be out in a sec.
MeaningAussie slang for a cigarette
Used in a sentenceJust going out the back for a durry.