Australian Slang

Aussie Slang

The australian slang dictionary for you. Aussie slang is very colorful and this page should help you to understand the meaning behind it. Join our community and add words yourself if you find that something is missing.




tracky dacks

by Infinity Nov.2014

Trackies are what Australians call track suits.

Dacks is an Australian word for trousers – it can be either long trousers, shorts, or underwear. Depending on the context you know what someone is talking about.

D

dacks

by Infinity Nov.2014

trousers; shorts; underwear

B

bludger

by Infinity Nov.2014

lazy person

T

tracky dacks

by Infinity Nov.2014

tracksuit pants

B

built like a shit house

by Infinity Nov.2014

strong; big; buff

S

shit house

by Infinity Nov.2014

outdoor bathroom

D

dunny

by Infinity Nov.2014

bathroom

Youtube: Video



D

durry

by Infinity Nov.2014

cigarette

C

crack onto somebody

by Infinity Nov.2014

flirting

F

fair dinkum

by Infinity Nov.2014

real; genuine

T

true blue

by Infinity Nov.2014

real; genuine

S

shonky

by Infinity Nov.2014

of poor quality

O

off their rocker

by Infinity Nov.2014

mentally challenged

K

kangaroos loose in the top paddock

by Infinity Nov.2014

mentally challenged

R

ratbag

by Infinity Nov.2014

naughty children

F

flat out like a lizard drinking

by Infinity Nov.2014

really busy

G

grinning like a shot fox

by Infinity Nov.2014

grinning; smugly smiling

Youtube: Video



M

mad as a cut snake

by Infinity Nov.2014

very angry

T

tinny

by Infinity Nov.2014

can of beer

S

stubby

by Infinity Nov.2014

bottle of beer

B

bottle-o

by Infinity Nov.2014

liquor store

Billabong

by hertaleis(at)sonnenkinder.org Oct.2014

Ein Billabong ist ein in Australien verwendeter Begriff aus der Sprache der Aborigines für ein Gewässer, wie beispielsweise einen versickernden Flussarm oder ein Wasserloch in einem Flusslauf, das sich ähnlich einem Wadi in der Regenzeit mit Wasser füllt und während der Trockenzeit mehr oder minder stark austrocknet.Da ein Billabong meistens nur eine von wenigen Wasserquellen in der näheren Region ist und oft länger Wasser führt als der…




tracky dacks

by Infinity Nov.2014

Trackies are what Australians call track suits.

Dacks is an Australian word for trousers – it can be either long trousers, shorts, or underwear. Depending on the context you know what someone is talking about.

T

tracky dacks

by Infinity Nov.2014

tracksuit pants

D

dunny

by Infinity Nov.2014

bathroom

Youtube: Video



F

fair dinkum

by Infinity Nov.2014

real; genuine

O

off their rocker

by Infinity Nov.2014

mentally challenged

F

flat out like a lizard drinking

by Infinity Nov.2014

really busy

T

tinny

by Infinity Nov.2014

can of beer

D

dacks

by Infinity Nov.2014

trousers; shorts; underwear

B

built like a shit house

by Infinity Nov.2014

strong; big; buff

D

durry

by Infinity Nov.2014

cigarette

T

true blue

by Infinity Nov.2014

real; genuine

K

kangaroos loose in the top paddock

by Infinity Nov.2014

mentally challenged

G

grinning like a shot fox

by Infinity Nov.2014

grinning; smugly smiling

Youtube: Video



S

stubby

by Infinity Nov.2014

bottle of beer

Billabong

by hertaleis(at)sonnenkinder.org Oct.2014

Ein Billabong ist ein in Australien verwendeter Begriff aus der Sprache der Aborigines für ein Gewässer, wie beispielsweise einen versickernden Flussarm oder ein Wasserloch in einem Flusslauf, das sich ähnlich einem Wadi in der Regenzeit mit Wasser füllt und während der Trockenzeit mehr oder minder stark austrocknet.Da ein Billabong meistens nur eine von wenigen Wasserquellen in der näheren Region ist und oft länger Wasser führt als der…


B

bludger

by Infinity Nov.2014

lazy person

S

shit house

by Infinity Nov.2014

outdoor bathroom

C

crack onto somebody

by Infinity Nov.2014

flirting

S

shonky

by Infinity Nov.2014

of poor quality

R

ratbag

by Infinity Nov.2014

naughty children

M

mad as a cut snake

by Infinity Nov.2014

very angry

B

bottle-o

by Infinity Nov.2014

liquor store

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Slang is a casual type of language that is playful or trendy. Typically it consists of coined words and phrases and new or extended meanings are attached to established terms.

The Aussie slang dictionary explains commonly used Australian slang words. These words and phrases can be very useful for anyone interested in learning more about how language continues to evolve throughout Australia.

Slang partly develops from the attempt to find fresh and vigorous, colorful or humorous expression for specific things. While some slang words are commonly used nationwide and appear in movies, television and magazines there are some slang words only found in certain regions of Australia.