Tag: surprise

Daks/ズボン

daks

Australian English
When used in its noun form, daks refers to trousers, but as a verb, to “dak” someone means to pull down their trousers by surprise.

日本語
1) (名詞)ズボン
2) (動詞)いきなり人のズボンを下に引っ張ること。

Plain English
1) (n) Trousers.
2) (v) To suddenly pull down someone’s trousers.

Daks-usage examples

豪語日本語米・英語
I got so fat I couldn’t get into me favorite daks.余りにも太ったので、お気に入りのズボンが穿けなくなっちゃった。I got so fat, I couldn’t fit into my favorite trousers.
Jacko dakked Davo a beauty as he was drinking at the bar.デーブがバーで飲みながら、見事ジャックにズボンを下まで引っ張られた。Jack ripped down Dave’s trousers as he was drinking at the bar.

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