Aussie Slang Dictionary

Aussie Slang Dictionary

Off the wall

Meaning
Not really there in your mind
Used in a sentence
Gee mate, she's off the wall!

Off ya chops

Meaning
Off your head, drunk
Used in a sentence
You're off ya chops!

Off ya' rocker!

Meaning
to be out of touch or seemingly make no sense
Used in a sentence
Gee mate, you're off ya rocker!

Off-sider

Meaning
Assistant
Used in a sentence
Chat with my off-sider, he'll work out the nitty-gritty with you.

Oi!

Meaning
Can be used in different ways, to attract attention or exclaimation
Used in a sentence
Oi! Get me another beer whilst you're there please. OR "Oi!!! That was a forward pass! Damn ref is blind!"

On the blink

Meaning
not working, about to break-down
Used in a sentence
And just before the game came on the bloody telly went on the blink!

On the outer

Meaning
To be excluded
Used in a sentence
Yeah mate, they're on the outer at the moment - been spreading some stuff on the old bush telegraph.

Once over

Meaning
A quick examination of something
Used in a sentence
I'll give it a quick once over, but might have to come back later for a better look.

One can short of a six pack

Meaning
Basic Pub Insult or comment, similar to: "the lights are on but nobody is home" "One egg short of a dozen". dont take to the heart.
Used in a sentence
Mate 1: well your one Brady short of the Brady Bunch? Mate 2: What does that mean? Mate 1: your defiantly one can short of a six pack!

Out the back

Meaning
Person two : "Yeah - its Out the Back"
Used in a sentence
Person one : "Has anyone seen the wheelbarrow"

over east

Meaning
Western Australian term given to the rest of Australia.
Used in a sentence
Did you get that over east?

Over the Hill

Meaning
A bit old
Used in a sentence
Nan says "Im a bit over the hill to do that"

Owyagarn, awright?

Meaning
How are you going? Are you ok?
Used in a sentence
G'day owyagarn alright?

Presenting Partners

Major Sponsors