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Look up Aussie slang phrases and words you'll only hear in Australia.

24 slang results starting with the letter 'f'

Fair crack of the whip

Meaning

Give me a break!

Used in a sentence

Twenty bucks for a salad? Fair crack of the whip!

travel bug

Fair dinkum

Meaning

is that true

Used in a sentence

My mate was telling me about this huge fish he caught, and I said fair dinkum mate.

kylie farmer

Fair go

Meaning

A chance to try something and achieve.

Used in a sentence

All they're asking for is a fair go, I think we should give em a go.

Luke Bosman

Fair shake of the sauce bottle

Meaning

giving it a fair go

Used in a sentence

I think you should give a fair shake of you the sauce bottle mate

Reece Hall

Fair suck of the Sauce!

Meaning

a fair opportunity

Used in a sentence

Fair suck of the sauce mate? Surely it is my turn!

Karen Blake

Fair suck of the sav

Meaning

You have not been fairly treated. You would like to get away with something you know you should not.

Used in a sentence

OI! Mate, you can’t leave your car there it is a no parking zone. "Fair suck of the sav mate I’m only going in to pick up a slab I will be 1 minute.

Neal Cook

fell off his perch

Meaning

died

Used in a sentence

Gazza won't be coming anymore; he fell off his perch last week.

Esther Beaton

Fell out of the ugly tree

Meaning

Not attractive

Used in a sentence

Nice guy but he fell out of the ugly tree!

George R. Smith

Fellas

Meaning

A group of people, usually male

Used in a sentence

Hey fellas, could you give me a hand putting this tinny in the drink...

Todd McGeary

fifteen

Meaning

A 15 fl oz (425ml) glass. Predominately Hobart usage. Mainly referred to as a 'schooner'. Also known as a pint in Adelaide.

Used in a sentence

Can I get a fifteen of beer?

Damien Bond

Finch Pinchers

Meaning

See Budgie Smugglers (only tighter)

Used in a sentence

Red finch pinchers were very popular with some swimmers.

L Cropley

Fitter than a Mallie Bull

Meaning

It infers that a person is very well health wise.

Used in a sentence

I've never felt better, in fact I am fitter than a Mallie Bull.

chantalle handley

Fitto

Meaning

Anyone who is of higher fitness level than the general public

Used in a sentence

Oh come on! Have at least one beer ya fitto!

Ryan Sorensen

Flamin' Hell

Meaning

For goodness sake, oh no

Used in a sentence

Flamin' hell it's hot.

Kerry Walsh

Flannie

Meaning

Flannelette shirt

Used in a sentence

Chuck a flannie on, it's gettin a bit cold outside.

Aaron Willis

Flat chat

Meaning

Very busy

Used in a sentence

Mate would love to talk but I am a bit flat chat.

Alister Creswick

Flat out like a lizard drinking water

Meaning

flat out, busy

Used in a sentence

I'm tired mate, so I'll pass on that. I've been flat out like a lizard drinking water all day.

Ursula Hyslop

Flavour saver

Meaning

Small bushel of beard directly below the bottom lip

Used in a sentence

Seen dazza lately, he's got a flavour saver these days!

Ryan Sorensen

Footie / Footy

Meaning

An abbreviation of the word Football (Soccer, Australian Rules Football, Rugby League)

Used in a sentence

You going to the footie this arvo to watch the Aussies?

Justin Waters

Freebie

Meaning

To get something for free

Used in a sentence

It's as cheap as chips, may as well be a freebie!

Mark Rathborne

Frog in a sock

Meaning

Someone or something having very energetic, erratic or frantic behaviour

Used in a sentence

That cicada we trapped in the jar is going off like a frog in a sock!

Peter C M McCormack

Full as a doctor’s wallet

Meaning

Full stomach

Used in a sentence

I couldn't eat another thing, I’m as full as doctor's wallet.

Leoni Aitchison

Full as a goog!

Meaning

I am full from eating and/or drinking.

Used in a sentence

Mate I’ve had enough, I’m full as a goog!

Ryan Sorensen

Furphy, furfie

Meaning

A misleading or erroneous story

Used in a sentence

When Bruce said I was at the party, it was a furphy. I wasn't at all!

John Cunningham