What does buggered mean in Australian slang?

What does buggered mean in Australian slang?

Tired, broken or ruined
Tired, broken or ruined; “These bathers are buggered now.”

What is the Australian slang for woman?

sheila – woman or female.

What do they call a sheila in Australia?

sheila. A girl or woman. This word first appeared in Australian English in 1832 with the spelling shelah. It was initially used in Australia to refer to a woman of Irish origin, but from the late 19th century onwards it became a general term for a woman or girl.

What is a Pantsman?

Noun. pants man (plural pants men) (Australia, slang) A promiscuous male.

What is a Sooky Lala?

New Word Suggestion. Used to describe a person who is acting like a baby. Someone who is pouting with little reason. Stop acting like a “Sookie lala”

Do Aussies say shag?

Editor’s comments: Believe it or not, but “shag” in its sexual meaning dates way back to the 1700s! It is venerable slang, and still widely used in British slang, US slang, and Australian and NZ slang.

What is a Shiela?

a Girl. this is a very common informal word that Australians use. like the American words “Chick” or “Babe”, or like calling a guy “dude”.

What does sunnies mean in Australian?

Noun. sunnies pl (plural only) (Australia, New Zealand, UK, informal) Sunglasses.

What does bloody sod mean?

Impolite and offensive expressions used when annoyed or angry. damn. bloody.

What does Ballex mean?

Definition of bollix transitive verb. : to throw into disorder also : bungle —usually used with up. Other Words from bollix Example Sentences Learn More About bollix.

Can pal be used for a girl?

Yes. “pal” is used for friends. You can use it for female friends. There is no large difference in meaning between “pal”, “buddy”, and “dude”.

What’s the female version of mate?

Mate/pal work just fine for ladies as long as they actually are your friend: best of mates, we’re just mates, pals together and so on, but, mate/pal doesn’t work as well as it does with men when the woman you are apologising to is unknown to you.

What does hooroo mean in Australia?

8. Hooroo = Goodbye. The Australian slang for goodbye is Hooroo and sometimes they even Cheerio like British people.