Chunder/反吐

chunder

Australian English
To vomit, throw up, regurgitate. Also called a “technicolor yawn,” or “driving the porcelain bus.”

日本語
反吐する。げろする。また、同意味としてtechnicolor yawn 「直訳:テクニカラーあくび」とdriving the porcelain bus「直:磁器製バスを運転する」使うこともある。

Plain English
Throw up, heave.

Chunder-usage examples

豪語日本語米・英語
Had a huge night on the piss and finished with a chunder on the lawn.酒を飲みすぎて、芝生にげろをはいった。I had too much to drink last night and threw up on the lawn.
You make me chunder!君って気持ち悪い!You make me sick!

Strine Dictionary

Brekkie/朝食

brekkie

Australian English
The term for breakfast, the morning meal.

日本語
朝食。

Plain English
Breakfast.

Brekkie-usage examples

豪語日本語米・英語
Have a big brekkie to get the day off to a good start. 「はじめ半分」という感覚で朝食にいっぱい食べたほうがいいよ。Have a big breakfast to get the day off to a good start.
Mystery bags and googies ... a typically Aussie brekkie.ソーセージ・エッグが典型的なオージー朝食だ。Sausages and eggs ... a typically Australian breakfast.

Strine Dictionary

Booze bus/飲酒運転検問

booze bus

Australian English
A surprise police roadblock to test drivers for alcohol consumption. The “bus” refers to the large vehicle police use at the roadblocks. Initial questioning of those who register a blood alohol content above the legal limit takes place within the bus.

日本語
警察の飲酒運転検問のこと。

Plain English
Breathalyzer test checkpoint.

Booze bus-usage examples

豪語日本語米・英語
If you drink and drive, I hope you get caught by the booze bus.飲酒運転するならば警察に捕まえたらいいな。If you drive under the influence, I hope the cops catch you at a breathalyzer test checkpoint.

Strine Dictionary

Bingle/事故

bingle

Australian English
A crash, especially in a vehicle.

日本語
事故。ほとんどの場合、車両が関わる事故を示す。

Plain English
1) A crash
2) An accident

Bingle-usage examples

豪語日本語米・英語
Me bloody brakes went bung and I was in a bingle.車のブレーキが壊れて、事故ってしまった。My car brakes failed and I was in an accident.
I bingled my car and now have to go everywhere by treadly.車をぶつかって、今チャリで走り回っている。I crashed my car and now have to get around by bike.

Strine Dictionary

Bikkie/クッキー

bikkie

Australian English
1) This is the typical Australian term to describe a biscuit or cookie.
2) It is also used to refer to the amount of money a person earns in the form of salary or wages.

日本語
1)    クッキー
2)    給料。サラリー。ギャラ。お金。

Plain English
1)    Cookie
2)    Money

Bikkie-usage examples

豪語日本語米・英語
I have a bikkie and a cuppa for brekkie.朝食は、クッキーとコーヒーだ。I have a cookie and cup of coffee for breakfast.
Work in finance to bring in the big bikkies.金融業は、いい給料がもらえる。Working in finance pays a high wage.

Strine Dictionary

Big smoke/都会

big smoke

Australian English
A big city, especially Sydney or Melbourne, Australia’s two most populous cities.

日本語
都会。特にオーストラリアの最も人口が多い都市のシドニーとメルボルンに対して使われている。直訳すると「大きな煙」という意味。

Plain English
A large city.

Big smoke-usage examples

豪語日本語米・英語
If you want a decent job, you have to live in the Big Smoke.いい仕事を見つかりたいなら、大都市に住むしかない。If you want to get a good job, you have to live in the Big Smoke.
Forget the Big Smoke, I like living in the Sticks.都会は嫌だ。田舎に住みたい。Forget city life. I like living in the country.

Strine Dictionary

Barbie/バーベキュー

Barbie

Australian English
A barbecue. The barbecue is an Australian tradition. It is customary to have a barbecue in the back garden, inviting friends, neighbors or relatives. The barbecue is generally regarded as important part of Australian culture.

日本語
バーベキュー。バーベキューは、オーストラリア人にとって大事な伝統行事のような行動だ。自分の家の裏庭に友達か近所の人や親戚を呼んでバーベキューをやるのは習慣みたいなものだ。バーベキューは、重要なオーストラリア文化のひとつとして見られている。

Plain English
Barbecue.

Barbie-usage examples

豪語日本語英語
Chuck another prawn on the barbie.バーベキューに海老をかけてね。Throw another shrimp on the barbecue.
“It’s barbie night at my place. BYO booze.”「今夜、僕んちでバーベキューをやるんだ。飲み物持参でね。」“It’s barbecue night at my house. Bring your own drinks.”

Strine Dictionary