Dag/ダサイ

dag

Australian English
1) Dag can mean either a socially inept person, unfashionable; or,
2) It can be used in its original meaning to describe some dirty fleece dangling from the area around a sheep’s hind.

日本語
1) ダサイ、ファッション感覚が悪い人。
2) 羊のお尻辺りにぶら下げる汚い毛のこと。

Plain English
1) A goof, nerd, oddball.
2) Dirty, matted fleece around a sheep’s hind.

Dag-usage examples

豪語日本語米・英語
Richo’s daks are up above his ankles. He looks like a real dag.リチャードのズボンの丈が足首より上に上がっている、、、ダサイね。Richie’s pants are up above his ankles. He looks like a real nerd.
Summer’s when you’ve gotta lop the dags off sheep’s bums.夏は、羊たちの後部に固まった毛を切り取る時期だ。Summer is the time for cutting off the matted fleece around sheep’s hinds.

Strine Dictionary

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