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Aussie Slang Dictionary

What does it all mean? If you're unsure of what that Aussie word means and how it should be used, look it up here. You can also contribute to the Aussie Dictionary, go on submit your favourite word or phrase!

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  1. wadyasay

    Meaning

    what did you say

    Used in a sentence

    wadyasay you were doing today

    Submitted by Amy Cribb
  2. 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!

    Submitted by William Hambleton
  3. 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".

    Submitted by Peter C M McCormack
  4. 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.

    Submitted by Harald Klette
  5. 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.

    Submitted by Lisa McCarthy
  6. Whinger

    Meaning

    Someone who always complains.

    Used in a sentence

    Did you hear that whinger, he can't stop complaining about anything.

    Submitted by Harald Klette
  7. 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?

    Submitted by Karla Beckman
  8. 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.

    Submitted by joanne hodder
  9. Willy willy

    Meaning

    just a sandstorm creating upwards spiralling sand

    Used in a sentence

    Jump in ya car quickly! Don't you see that willy willy coming towards us!

    Submitted by Harald Klette
  10. Wonky

    Meaning

    Unstraight/ crooked

    Used in a sentence

    "blow, I've put my lipstick on wonky"

    Submitted by Anna Harris
  11. Woofa

    Meaning

    Domestic Dog

    Used in a sentence

    We're going to the beach. Bring the Woofa.

    Submitted by L Cropley
  12. 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.

    Submitted by Rodd Waters
  13. Worth a shot

    Meaning

    To try something

    Used in a sentence

    "I don't know if it will work but its worth a shot"

    Submitted by Ryan Sorensen
  14. 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!

    Submitted by Ryan Sorensen
  15. 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!

    Submitted by Maureen Alexander
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