Australian English

Food, a meal. A school canteen in Australia is called a “tuckshop,” and a crate in which food is stored is called a “tuckerbox.” Australia’s arguably most legendary dog was one that sat on a tuckerbox in a small town called Gundagai in the state of New South Wales. It has been the subject of numerous songs and there is a statue to commemorate it in the town.



Plain English
Food, a meal.

“How’s the steak?”
“Great tucker, mum.”
“How’s the steak?”
“It’s a great meal, mom.”
My gut’s rumbling. It must be tucker time.お腹がグーグーしている。食事の時間のサインだ。My stomach’s rumbling. It must be time for some food.

Strine Dictionary

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