What is Australian slang for friend?

What is Australian slang for friend?

Mate. “Mate” is a popular word for friend. And while it’s used in other English-speaking countries around the world, it has a special connection to Australia. In the past, mate has been used to address men, but it can be gender-neutral.

What does mucking around mean in Australia?

Stop mucking around: means to stop wasting time. “We’re going to be late, stop mucking around!”

What is a Guffle?

†GUFFLE, v. To puzzle, nonplus (Fif. 1825 Jam.). [v. formed from Guff, n.1, a fool.]

What is a Doby in Australia?

The definition of dobie in the dictionary is an alternative name for marijuana.

How do I offend someone in Australia?

14 Ways to Annoy an Australian

  1. Talk About Sports.
  2. Confuse Them with New Zealanders.
  3. Demonstrate a Terrible Australian Accent.
  4. Criticise Their BBQ.
  5. Pom, Pommy, Pommie.
  6. Compliment Men on their Macho-ness.
  7. Take Them Down Memory Lane.
  8. Criticise Crocodile Dundee.

What is Yakka?

1. physical or mental effort directed towards doing or making something. 2. paid employment at a job or a trade, occupation, or profession.

What’s another word for mucking around?

What is another word for mucking around?

clowning about acting out
clowning around goofing off
horsing around mucking about
mucking up yukking it up
fooling around messing around

What does it mean to be Gaffled?

gaffledverb. Past tense of “to gaffle”. To snag, or swipe; to take without authorization, to steal.

What is a Nuffy?

a loser, a clumsy person, an idiot (but kind of an affectionate term rather than a cruel one): (e.g. after someone says a really bad joke, you would say to them): “Er, you nuffy”. Contributor’s comments: Also pronounced ‘Naarffy’ for emphasis.