Pack it in
MeaningTo give up on something
Used in a sentenceMate I’m gonna pack it in for the day.
MeaningRhyming slang for on your own.
Used in a sentenceI went up the coast on my Pat Malone.
Used in a sentenceLuv a bit of old pav. Yum!
MeaningSomeone or several people watching others and not doing much. Usually not helping if they could be.
Used in a sentenceWhat are you doing here like a peanut gallery? Grab a shovel and start digging.
MeaningSomething very impressive
Used in a sentenceStrewth, look at that pearler in the garage!
Picking a winner
MeaningPicking your nose
Used in a sentenceLooks like that bloke's picking a winner.
MeaningAussie 50 dollar note
Used in a sentenceSorry mate, all I got is a pineapple.
MeaningA 570 ml (20 fl oz) glass. In Adelaide it is referred to as an 'imperial pint', with a pint being a 425 ml glass.
Used in a sentenceCan I get a pint of beer?
MeaningTo leave work early on a Friday. Piss off early, tomorrow is Saturday.
Used in a sentenceCome on, let’s go to the pub, it’s POETS day.
MeaningPerson from the UK
Used in a sentenceHe's a pomme, visiting for a holiday.
Used in a sentenceGeez mate, you pong!
MeaningA 140ml (5 fl oz) glass. Also called a Five in Townsville or a Horse in Melbourne.
Used in a sentenceCan I have a pony of shandy?
MeaningSuitcase or school bag
Used in a sentenceGet that port out of the hall before someone trips over it!
MeaningA 285ml glass (10 fl oz) in Brisbane, Hobart and Melbourne. See also middy, handle, half pint, schooner & ten.
Used in a sentenceCan I have a pot of beer thanks.
MeaningPerson who has a little too much to drink
Used in a sentenceBluey was a real prawn when he drank too much!
Pull your head in
MeaningMind your own business
Used in a sentenceI just think you should pull your head in, if they wanted you to know they'd tell ya!
Pull your socks up
MeaningTo smarten up or improve
Used in a sentenceYou've gotta pull your socks up, this just isn't good enough!
Pulling Your Leg
Meaningmisleading one for amusement
Used in a sentenceHe's only pulling your leg.
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Put a sock in it
Used in a sentenceThat bloke is such a loudmouth, I wish he'd put a sock in it!