Corker/素晴らしい

corker

Australian English
Something wonderful, frequently used when referring to the weather.

日本語
素晴らしいこと。特に良い天気に関して使う。

Plain English
Awesome, great.

Corker-usage examples

豪語日本語米・英語
The sun was shining. It was a corker of a day.晴れて、最高な天気だった。The sun was shining. It was awesome weather.
The footy teams drew in a corker of a match.エキサイティングなフートボール試合は、引き分けで終わった。The football teams tied in a wonderful game.

Strine Dictionary

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