Strike-a-light! Australian Slang "Spare me days!â ; exclamation of mild surprise London Slang: an old exclamation only really heard as a tong-in-cheek Cockney phrase nowadays. Sometimes preceded by "stroll on". See also: Face, Gadgeter, F-one-k-one, Naff, F-word. Though the official language of Australia is English, Australian are equally notorious for their use of slang. Australian slang, like all slang, is constantly evolving and changing. While the list below includes a lot of common slang, it is by no means complete. Continued from last week's article, - Australian Slang S to Z - Australia at BellaOnline. The Great Aussie Slang Dictionary. Please Email me if you have more suggestions to add. , bloody nora, strike a light, stone the crows. Bludger: Lazy person, layabout. Bluey: (also known as Blue) Slang for any bloke with red hair, and also known to describe the Australian Cattle Dog. A regular sized bottle of beer.
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