Tag: lolly

Lolly/お金

lolly

Australian English
Most commonly, lolly is the word used to describe candy or sweet. However, it can also be used as a synonym for money or earnings.

日本語
1) あめ。キャンディ。
2) お金。給料や資金。

Plain English
1) Candy
2) Money, cash, wages, costs or earnings.

Lolly-usage examples

豪語日本語米・英語
“Jane bought some lollies to get the rugrats to belt up.”「子供を大人しくさせるために、ジェーンがキャンディを買ってあげた。」“Jane bought some candy to get the kids to shut up.”
Buying a yacht costs a fair bit of lolly.ヨットを買うとかなりお金がかかるよね。It costs a helluva lot of cash to buy a yacht.

Strine Dictionary

Icy pole, ice block/アイス・キャンディ

icy pole, ice block

Australian English
An icy pole is popsicle, iced candy or iced lolly, usually water-based, sweet and frozen. It is eaten on a stick. An ice block is the same thing, but also refers specifically to sweet drinks frozen in refrigerator ice containers.

日本語
Icy poleは、アイス・キャンディのこと。オーストラリアは、クッキーと一緒にアイス・キャンディの種類が豊富が、icy poleは甘い水っぽいものが棒に付けて凍らしたものを示す。Ice blockは、同じことですが、具体的に冷凍庫の氷入りに凍らした甘い液体が厳密なice blockだ。

Plain English
Popsicle, iced candy, iced lolly.

Icy Pole-usage examples

豪語日本語米・英語
It was stinking hot today, so I got myself an icy pole.めちゃ暑かったから、アイス・キャンディを買ってきたんだ。It was boiling hot today, so I got myself a popsicle.
I froze some cordial to make ice blocks.アイス・キャンディを作るため、果実シロップを凍らした。I froze some juice concentrate to make iced candies.

Strine Dictionary