People from different part of the world have their own way to say things. Even though Australians speak English, like British & Americans, there are some words or slang which are unique to people from the country.
In this post, I’ll share some slang of the most common slang you might find in Australia. Let’s start!
- US: Cup of coffee | AU: Cuppa
- US: Biscuit | AU: Biccie
- US: Breakfast | AU: Breakkie
- US: Afternoon | AU: Arvo
- US: Umbrella | AU: Brolly
- US: Sunglasses | AU: Sunnies
- US: Track pants | AU: Tracky dacks
- US: Convenience store | AU: Milk bar
- US: Chocolate | AU: Choccie
- US: Candy | AU: Lollies
- US: Guy | AU: Bloke
- US: Girl | AU: Bird
- US: Flip flops, sandals |AU: Thongs
- US: Lipstick | AU: Lippy
- US: Gas station | AU: Servo
Alright! There goes 15 Australian slang you might want to know, especially if you’re planning to go to Australia.
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