Aussie Slang Dictionary

Aussie Slang Dictionary

wadyasay

Meaning
what did you say
Used in a sentence
wadyasay you were doing today

Wag / Wagged

Meaning
To be absent without permission
Used in a sentence
He should be at school, don't tell me he's wagged again!

Wally Lewis

Meaning
Rhyming slang for "that will do us" when something's completed. From the Queensland League legend.
Used in a sentence
When they finished stretching the coach said "and that'll Wally Lewis".

Watering Hole

Meaning
pub or bar (frequently visited by the same group)
Used in a sentence
Let's go down to watering-hole with our mates.

Wedgie

Meaning
When your underwear / bathers / leotard go into your bum
Used in a sentence
Please pull out your wedgie! It's not a good look.

Whinger

Meaning
Someone who always complains.
Used in a sentence
Did you hear that whinger, he can't stop complaining about anything.

Whole shebang

Meaning
All of it
Used in a sentence
I wanted to buy just one, but he said I had to buy the whole shebang - can you lend me a lobster?

Wholly snappin ducks legs

Meaning
A response of shock
Used in a sentence
Wholly snappin ducks legs, that bloke just missed being hit by that car.

Wonky

Meaning
Unstraight/ crooked
Used in a sentence
blow, I've put my lipstick on wonky

Woofa

Meaning
Domestic Dog
Used in a sentence
We're going to the beach. Bring the Woofa.

Woop woop

Meaning
A long way away
Used in a sentence
Nah I can't drive him there - that's over near woop woop, it'll take bloody ages.

Worth a shot

Meaning
To try something
Used in a sentence
I don't know if it will work but its worth a shot

Would'nt work in an iron lung

Meaning
Not a good worker
Used in a sentence
Gees, your so lazy you wouldn't work in an iron lung!

Wouldn't wear that in a blackout

Meaning
not want to be seen wearing something
Used in a sentence
Are you serious? I wouldn't wear that in a blackout!

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