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AUSTRALIA SLANGAUSTRALIA SLANG
WHEN VISITING AUSTRALIA When visiting Australia you may have trouble understanding us when we speak. Australians use a lot of slang words when we speak.
SLANG : Slang: slang is casual and playful speech
G’DAY G’day : good day or hello
COPS Cops: Policemen
SNAGS Snags : sausages
BARBIE Barbie (BBQ) : barbeque
SANGA Sanga : sandwich
MATE Mate : friend
SMOKO Smoko : A meal break
AMBOAMBOAMBOAMBO Ambo : ambulance
WOOP WOOP Woop woop : Out in the middle of nowhere
FAIR DINKUM Fair dinkum : honest
TRUE BLUE True blue : genuine
NIFTYNIFTYNIFTYNIFTY Nifty : clever
AUSSIE Aussie : Someone Australian
WHOPPER Whopper : something surprisingly big
RIGHT-O Right-o : alright
VEG OUT Veg out : relax
SERVO Servo : A petrol station
ARVO Arvo : afternoon
DUNNY Dunny: toilet
HOOROO Hooroo : goodbye
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