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
- Talk About Sports.
- Confuse Them with New Zealanders.
- Demonstrate a Terrible Australian Accent.
- Criticise Their BBQ.
- Pom, Pommy, Pommie.
- Compliment Men on their Macho-ness.
- Take Them Down Memory Lane.
- 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.