Sambo / Sanger
Used in a sentenceI'm gonna grab a sambo for lunch - you want me to grab you a pie?
Used in a sentenceit's supposed to rain th'sarvo
Used in a sentenceI think the Swans are playing ths Satdy
Used in a sentenceIt's pretty schmick, don't think I have seen one that flash before!
MeaningA 350 ml (12 fl oz) glass. Derived from combining 'schooner' and 'middy'. Predominately used in Sydney & Canberra.
Used in a sentenceCan I get a schmiddy of shandy thanks.
MeaningA 425ml glass (15 fl oz) in Sydney, Canberra, Darwin, Brisbane, Townsville, Hobart, Melbourne & Perth. Note that in Adelaide it's only a 285ml glass. See also fifteen and pint.
Used in a sentenceCan I get a schooner of beer, thanks.
MeaningA very hot day
Used in a sentenceThat weather bloke said it's going to be a scorcher - maybe 45 degrees or so.
MeaningAn ugly person. A bush turkey.
Used in a sentenceHe's got a head on him like a scrub-headed turkey.
Used in a sentenceTake your scuffs off so I can polish them.
MeaningTo rappidly consume one's beverage.
Used in a sentencePrime Minister Bob Hawke was in the Guinness Book of Records for sculling 2.5 pints of beer in 11 seconds in 1954.
see you round like a rissole
MeaningI'll be seeing you
Used in a sentencesee you round like a rissole
Used in a sentencei was a bit seedy after mixing my drinks last night
MeaningA service station, a place to buy fuel
Used in a sentenceGrab us a pack of chewie when you duck into the servo and a chicko roll!
MeaningA phrase used when someone is fired up, angry or otherwise upset
Used in a sentenceSettle Petal! It'll be right as rain.
MeaningA 200ml glass (7 fl oz). Also called a 'butcher' Adelaide and a 'glass' in Perth and Melbourne
Used in a sentenceGive me a seven of coke please.
MeaningYou're food for sharks
Used in a sentenceLook at that rookie surfer, he is going to be a shark biscuit.
She'll be apples
MeaningEverything will be alright
Used in a sentenceJust give it another go, she'll be apples I'm sure.
She'll be right
MeaningEverything will be fine, don't worry
Used in a sentenceDon't worry, she'll be right, mate!
MeaningAn item won't work
Used in a sentenceI tried to use the television but she's cactus!
MeaningAussie woman or girl
Used in a sentenceShe`s a good lookin sheila
Used in a sentenceThe whole thing is a shemozzle, I thought he was doing it and he thought I was doing it!
MeaningA 115ml (4 fl oz) glass in Perth. See also small beer.
Used in a sentenceWho would bother ordering a shetland of beer?
MeaningA raucous party
Used in a sentenceBruce had a huge shin dig at his place on Saturday night.
MeaningCertainty to win something
Used in a sentenceMate it's a shoo-in, have a lobster on it and you'll win for sure!
MeaningTo leave in a hurry
Used in a sentenceI've gotta shoot through, need to be in the city be 6.
Used in a sentenceMate after all that work i'm a shot duck
Used in a sentenceNot now, gotta go to the shot tower.
George R. Smith
Show you the ropes
MeaningShow you how to do a job or task
Used in a sentenceThis is Ron, he'll show you the ropes.
MeaningThe act of tossing someone into a shower with the victim still fully clothed, and then turning the shower on.
Used in a sentenceWe gave Macca a showering: he was soaked.
MeaningTerm of endearment from an emigrated southern european
Used in a sentenceBloody skip! Don't you know what baklava is?
Meaningsomeone who is lazy
Used in a sentenceI asked you to put the rubbish out yesterday and it's still there, you slacker.
Meaningsee you later
Used in a sentencePerson 1: Gonna go home now. Person 2: Slater Person 1: Yeah slater
MeaningHard work that is poorly paid
Used in a sentenceIt's like slave-labour - I've been at it for days and he's going to give me a 50!
MeaningA 115ml/4oz glass in Hobart. Referred to as a Shetland in WA.
Used in a sentenceCan I get a small beer thanks.
MeaningSensitive new age guy
Used in a sentenceWow, you're a real snag, Brian
George R. Smith
Used in a sentenceChuck a snag on one of those rolls for us, would ya!
MeaningSomeone who is very skinny or has no hips.
Used in a sentenceCheck those jeans out, haven't they got some snake hips!
MeaningTo kiss passionately. Fresh kiss.
Used in a sentenceI picked up this chick at the bar last night but all I got was a bit of a snog.
Used in a sentenceI been working my soul case out and I'm bloody tired.
Sparra's guts [sparrow's guts]
Used in a sentenceSnags, carrots and sparra's guts.
George R. Smith
MeaningVery early in the morning - just before dawn
Used in a sentenceThey got up at sparrow's fat to go fishing.
Used in a sentenceIs that your daughter? OH she's a spesh isn't she?!
spewing / spewin'
Meaningvery upset, not happy
Used in a sentenceSpewin' i missed it.
MeaningInsult and complain without taking a breath
Used in a sentenceBruce copped a spray when the team lost.
MeaningThe act of piling on a person, for any sort of reason.
Used in a sentenceJimbo called stacks on Billy and it was like a mountain of people.
MeaningFifty of something, mostly as a reference to money. Named from the main character in Hawaii 5-0
Used in a sentenceCan you lend me a steve mcgarret? "Ive got a steve mcgarret in my pocket"
Used in a sentenceMate i got a new stick the other day, its bloody awesome.
Stick that in your pipe and smoke it!
MeaningHa I was right
Used in a sentenceYour wrong and im right so stick that in your pipe and smoke it
MeaningA nosey person
Used in a sentenceShe's a real sticky beak!
MeaningVery hot weather
Used in a sentenceYep, it's gonna be a real stinka today.
MeaningSomeone who deliberately causes trouble
Used in a sentenceThat blokes just a stirrer, don't worry about it.
Stone the crows
Meaninga total suprise,a shocking revalation
Used in a sentencestone the crows,streuth would you believe that
MeaningAn exclamation similair to 'crikey'. Usually an expression of surprise, disgust or amazement.
Used in a sentenceStrewth, where'd you get that coldie from? Strewth, you had us all bloody worried when you did show up at the footie.
Strike me lucky
MeaningWhen a person recieves good news or wins money or prizes
Used in a sentenceStrike me lucky i've won the lotto and my horse came first in the melbourne cup !
MeaningA short glass 375ml bottle used for beer
Used in a sentenceGrab me a stubbie out of the esky.
MeaningEmbarrassingly short/tight mens' shorts popular in 1970s
Used in a sentenceHe sure looks spunky in those Stubbies.
George R. Smith
MeaningA small bottle of beer
Used in a sentenceGrab us a stubby can ya mate?
Used in a sentenceI ran across the coathanger at full pelt - I am bloody stuffed!
Used in a sentenceSee you sundy
Swipe / Swiped
Used in a sentenceI left it in the back of the ute and someone swiped it!