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wee {adj} [esp. Scot. and NZ]
klein

winzig

lütt [nordd.] [ugs.] [klein]
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crook {adj} [Aus., NZ] [coll.]
krankmed.
bonzer {adj} [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.]
wunderbar
sealed {adj} {past-p} [Aus.] [NZ]
asphaltierttraffic
dinkum {adj} [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.]
ehrlich
Mondayised {adj} {past-p} [Aus.] [NZ]
[auf den nächsten Montag verschoben (Feiertag, der auf ein Wochenende gefallen ist)]
daggy {adj} [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.]
unmodisch
beaut {adj} [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.]
hervorragend
sb. shore [archaic, except Aus. and NZ]
jd. schor
jake {adj} [Am.] [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.]
okay [ugs.]
daggy {adj} [coll.] [Aus.] [NZ]
unelegant
shickered {adj} [Am.] [Aus.] [NZ] [sl.]
betrunken
dinkum {adj} [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.]
echt
maggoty {adj} [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.] [angry, bad-tempered]
verärgert [schlecht gelaunt]
bodgy {adj} [Aus.] [NZ] [sl.]
minderwertig
Māori {adj} [NZ]
maorisch
nuggety {adj} [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.] [stocky]
untersetzt
nuggety {adj} [esp. Aus. / NZ] [coll.] [of a person]
stämmig [gedrungen]mineral.
ropeable {adj} [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.] [also: ropable] [furious]
wütend [voller Wut]
tapu {adj} [NZ]
tabu

to chunder [esp. Aus., NZ; also Br.] [coll.]
kotzen [ugs.]
to farewell sb. [Aus.] [NZ]
jdn. verabschieden
to tarp [Am.] [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.] [cover with a tarpaulin]
abdecken [mit einer Plane]
to root [Aus.] [NZ] [sl.]
ficken [vulg.]

bumsen [vulg.]

poppen [vulg.]
to wag sth. [Br.] [Aus.] [NZ] [sl.]
etw. schwänzen [ugs.]
to fossick [Aus.] [NZ]
stöbern
to bludger [spec. Aus., NZ.] [coll.]
schmarotzen
to shout sb. sth. [coll.] [Aus.] [NZ]
jdm. etw. spendieren [ugs.]
to barrack sb. [Br.] [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.] [jeer loudly]
jdn. ausbuhen [ugs.]
to tarp sth. [Am.] [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.] [cover with a tarpaulin]
etw. bedecken [mit einer Plane]
to skite [Aus., NZ] [coll.] [to boast]
prahlen
to barrack sb. [Br.] [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.] [jeer]
jdn. auspfeifen
to tarp sth. [Am.] [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.] [cover the load area of a truck with a tarpaulin]
etw. beplanen [Ladefläche z. B. eines LKW mit einer Plane bedecken]
to smooge [Aus.] [NZ]
schmusen [ugs.]
to bushwalk [Aus.] [NZ]
wandern [im australischen Busch]
to cap sb. [Scot.] [NZ] [award a degree]
jdm. einen akademischen Grad verleihen
to fossick [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.]
nach Gold schürfen [in verlassenen Minen]mining
to smoodge [Aus.] [NZ]
schmusen [ugs.]
to special sth. [coll.] [NZ]
etw. im Angebot / Sonderangebot habencomm.
to sunbake [Aus.] [NZ] [sunbathe]
sonnenbaden

creek [Am.] [Aus.] [NZ]
Bach {m} [kleiner Fluss]geogr.hydro.

Flüsschen {n}hydro.
corn [Zea mays] [Am.] [Aus.] [NZ]
Mais {m}agr.bot.T
shifter [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.] [shifting spanner]
Engländer {m} [ugs.] [verstellbarer Schraubenschlüssel]tools
patty [Am.] [NZ]
Hackfleischküchle {n} [südd.]gastr.
butchery [Br.] [NZ] [butcher's shop]
Fleischerei {f}comm.
brush [Am.] [Aus.] [NZ]
Gestrüpp {n}
slater [esp. Aus., NZ] [woodlouse]
Assel {f}zool.T
Pom [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.]
Brite {m}
cobber [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.]
Kumpel {m} [ugs.]
tucker [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.]
Proviant {m}

Nahrung {f}
flyover [Br.] [Aus.] [NZ]
Überführung {f}transp.
trifecta [Am.] [Aus.] [NZ] [three major achievements]
Hattrick {m}sports

Dreier {m}sports
kindergarten [Am.] [Aus.] [Can.] [NZ]
Vorschule {f}educ.
ladybirds [Br.] [Aus.] [NZ] [Irish] [Ind.] [S.Afr.] [family Coccinellidae]
Marienkäfer {pl}entom.T
dairy [NZ] [coll.]
Kiosk {m}comm.
cornfield [Am.] [Aus.] [NZ]
Maisfeld {n}agr.
cocky [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.]
Kakadu {m}orn.T
paddock [Aus.] [NZ] [meadow]
Wiese {f}agr.
pimp [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.] [informer]
Spitzel {m}
Vegemite® [Aus.] [NZ]
[Hefe-Brotaufstrich aus Australien, Neuseeland]gastr.
ute [Aus.] [NZ] [S.Afr.] [coll.]
Nutzfahrzeug {n} <Nfz, Nkw>automot.
capsicums [Aus.] [NZ] [Ind.] [(sweet) peppers, bell peppers]
Paprika {pl} [Paprikaschoten]bot.T
capsicum [Aus.] [NZ] [Ind.] [(sweet) pepper, bell pepper]
Gemüsepaprika {f} [Gemüsepaprikaschote]bot.gastr.
varsity [Br. dated] [NZ] [S.Afr.] [university]
Uni {f} [ugs.] [Universität]educ.
bludger [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.]
Faulpelz {m}
electorate [Aus., NZ]
Wahlkreis {m}pol.
muster [of sheep, cattle] [Aus.] [NZ]
Zusammentreiben {n}agr.
lecturer [Br.] [Aus.] [NZ]
Lehrbeauftragter {m}educ.
digger [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.]
Soldat {m}mil.
lurk [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.]
Trick {m}
saveloy [Br.] [Aus.] [NZ]
Zervelatwurst {f}gastr.
swag [Aus.] [NZ] [bedroll]
Bettrolle {f}
whiteware {sg} [NZ] [white goods, esp. home appliances]
Haushaltsgeräte {pl} [hier: Weiße Ware, z. B. Kühlschränke, Waschmaschinen, Geschirrspülmaschinen]comm.electr.
chook [esp.: Aus., NZ] [coll.]
Huhn {n}orn.
corn [Am.] [Aus.] [NZ] [Zea mays]
Kukuruz {m} [regional, bes. österr.] [Mais]agr.
ticket [Am.] [NZ] [group of nominated candidates]
Wahlliste {f} [Kandidatenliste]pol.
toll [Am.] [NZ]
Fernsprechgebühr {f}telecom.
hogget [NZ]
Lamm {n} [zwischen Entwöhnung und erster Schur]agr.
rig [esp. Am.] [esp. Can.] [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.] [articulated truck]
Schlepper {m} [Zugmaschine zum Ziehen von Sattelanhängern]automot.
billy [Aus., NZ]
Teekessel {m}
bowser [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.]
Zapfsäule {f}
paddock [Aus.] [NZ] [pasture]
Weide {f}agr.
dunny [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.]
Klo {n} [ugs.]
kindy [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.]
Kindergarten {m}educ.
pavlova [Aus.] [NZ] [soft meringue with crisp crust topped with whipped cream and fruit]
Baiserkuchen {m}gastr.
smoko [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.] [tea break]
Teepause {f}
radiator [Aus.] [NZ] [electric fire]
Strahler {m} [Heizstrahler]
spell [Scot.] [Aus.] [NZ] [period of rest]
Pause {f}
paddock [Aus.] [NZ] [pasture for livestock]
Viehweide {f} [Weide für Rinder, Schafe usw.]agr.
kumara [NZ] [Peru] [Ipomoea batatas]
Süßkartoffel {f}gastr.
mob [Aus.] [NZ]
Herde {f}agr.zool.
snarler [NZ] [coll.] [sausage]
Wurst {f}gastr.
sook [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.] [coward]
Feigling {m}
wee {adj} [esp. Scot. and NZ]klein
1387
wee {adj} [esp. Scot. and NZ]winzig
594
wee {adj} [esp. Scot. and NZ]lütt [nordd.] [ugs.] [klein]
337
med.
crook {adj} [Aus., NZ] [coll.]
krank
174
bonzer {adj} [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.]wunderbar
29
traffic
sealed {adj} {past-p} [Aus.] [NZ]
asphaltiert
27
dinkum {adj} [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.]ehrlich
20
Mondayised {adj} {past-p} [Aus.] [NZ]
17
[auf den nächsten Montag verschoben (Feiertag, der auf ein Wochenende gefallen ist)]
daggy {adj} [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.]unmodisch
16
beaut {adj} [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.]hervorragend
15
sb. shore [archaic, except Aus. and NZ]jd. schor
15
jake {adj} [Am.] [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.]okay [ugs.]
10
daggy {adj} [coll.] [Aus.] [NZ]unelegant
8
shickered {adj} [Am.] [Aus.] [NZ] [sl.]betrunken
8
dinkum {adj} [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.]echt
6
maggoty {adj} [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.] [angry, bad-tempered]verärgert [schlecht gelaunt]
5
bodgy {adj} [Aus.] [NZ] [sl.]minderwertig
Māori {adj} [NZ]maorisch
nuggety {adj} [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.] [stocky]untersetzt
mineral.
nuggety {adj} [esp. Aus. / NZ] [coll.] [of a person]
stämmig [gedrungen]
ropeable {adj} [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.] [also: ropable] [furious]wütend [voller Wut]
tapu {adj} [NZ]tabu
Verben
to chunder [esp. Aus., NZ; also Br.] [coll.]kotzen [ugs.]
370
to farewell sb. [Aus.] [NZ]jdn. verabschieden
78
to tarp [Am.] [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.] [cover with a tarpaulin]abdecken [mit einer Plane]
65
to root [Aus.] [NZ] [sl.]ficken [vulg.]
53
to wag sth. [Br.] [Aus.] [NZ] [sl.]etw. schwänzen [ugs.]
46
to root [Aus.] [NZ] [sl.]bumsen [vulg.]
30
to fossick [Aus.] [NZ]stöbern
19
to bludger [spec. Aus., NZ.] [coll.]schmarotzen
17
to shout sb. sth. [coll.] [Aus.] [NZ]jdm. etw. spendieren [ugs.]
16
to root [Aus.] [NZ] [sl.]poppen [vulg.]
15
to barrack sb. [Br.] [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.] [jeer loudly]jdn. ausbuhen [ugs.]
14
to tarp sth. [Am.] [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.] [cover with a tarpaulin]etw. bedecken [mit einer Plane]
13
to skite [Aus., NZ] [coll.] [to boast]prahlen
12
to barrack sb. [Br.] [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.] [jeer]jdn. auspfeifen
10
to tarp sth. [Am.] [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.] [cover the load area of a truck with a tarpaulin]
10
etw. beplanen [Ladefläche z. B. eines LKW mit einer Plane bedecken]
to smooge [Aus.] [NZ]schmusen [ugs.]
7
to bushwalk [Aus.] [NZ]wandern [im australischen Busch]
to cap sb. [Scot.] [NZ] [award a degree]jdm. einen akademischen Grad verleihen
mining
to fossick [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.]
nach Gold schürfen [in verlassenen Minen]
to smoodge [Aus.] [NZ]schmusen [ugs.]
comm.
to special sth. [coll.] [NZ]
etw. im Angebot / Sonderangebot haben
to sunbake [Aus.] [NZ] [sunbathe]sonnenbaden
Substantive
geogr.hydro.
creek [Am.] [Aus.] [NZ]
Bach {m} [kleiner Fluss]
1736
agr.bot.T
corn [Zea mays] [Am.] [Aus.] [NZ]
Mais {m}
1197
hydro.
creek [Am.] [Aus.] [NZ]
Flüsschen {n}
920
tools
shifter [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.] [shifting spanner]
198
Engländer {m} [ugs.] [verstellbarer Schraubenschlüssel]
gastr.
patty [Am.] [NZ]
Hackfleischküchle {n} [südd.]
188
comm.
butchery [Br.] [NZ] [butcher's shop]
Fleischerei {f}
172
brush [Am.] [Aus.] [NZ]Gestrüpp {n}
143
zool.T
slater [esp. Aus., NZ] [woodlouse]
Assel {f}
99
Pom [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.]Brite {m}
82
cobber [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.]Kumpel {m} [ugs.]
52
tucker [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.]Proviant {m}
50
transp.
flyover [Br.] [Aus.] [NZ]
Überführung {f}
49
sports
trifecta [Am.] [Aus.] [NZ] [three major achievements]
Hattrick {m}
48
educ.
kindergarten [Am.] [Aus.] [Can.] [NZ]
Vorschule {f}
39
entom.T
ladybirds [Br.] [Aus.] [NZ] [Irish] [Ind.] [S.Afr.] [family Coccinellidae]
Marienkäfer {pl}
35
comm.
dairy [NZ] [coll.]
Kiosk {m}
32
agr.
cornfield [Am.] [Aus.] [NZ]
Maisfeld {n}
31
orn.T
cocky [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.]
Kakadu {m}
30
agr.
paddock [Aus.] [NZ] [meadow]
Wiese {f}
27
pimp [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.] [informer]Spitzel {m}
27
gastr.
Vegemite® [Aus.] [NZ]
[Hefe-Brotaufstrich aus Australien, Neuseeland]
27
automot.
ute [Aus.] [NZ] [S.Afr.] [coll.]
Nutzfahrzeug {n} <Nfz, Nkw>
26
bot.T
capsicums [Aus.] [NZ] [Ind.] [(sweet) peppers, bell peppers]
Paprika {pl} [Paprikaschoten]
25
bot.gastr.
capsicum [Aus.] [NZ] [Ind.] [(sweet) pepper, bell pepper]
Gemüsepaprika {f} [Gemüsepaprikaschote]
24
educ.
varsity [Br. dated] [NZ] [S.Afr.] [university]
Uni {f} [ugs.] [Universität]
24
bludger [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.]Faulpelz {m}
23
pol.
electorate [Aus., NZ]
Wahlkreis {m}
23
agr.
muster [of sheep, cattle] [Aus.] [NZ]
Zusammentreiben {n}
23
educ.
lecturer [Br.] [Aus.] [NZ]
Lehrbeauftragter {m}
22
mil.
digger [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.]
Soldat {m}
21
lurk [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.]Trick {m}
21
gastr.
saveloy [Br.] [Aus.] [NZ]
Zervelatwurst {f}
21
swag [Aus.] [NZ] [bedroll]Bettrolle {f}
21
comm.electr.
whiteware {sg} [NZ] [white goods, esp. home appliances]
20
Haushaltsgeräte {pl} [hier: Weiße Ware, z. B. Kühlschränke, Waschmaschinen, Geschirrspülmaschinen]
orn.
chook [esp.: Aus., NZ] [coll.]
Huhn {n}
19
agr.
corn [Am.] [Aus.] [NZ] [Zea mays]
Kukuruz {m} [regional, bes. österr.] [Mais]
19
pol.
ticket [Am.] [NZ] [group of nominated candidates]
Wahlliste {f} [Kandidatenliste]
19
telecom.
toll [Am.] [NZ]
Fernsprechgebühr {f}
19
agr.
hogget [NZ]
Lamm {n} [zwischen Entwöhnung und erster Schur]
18
automot.
rig [esp. Am.] [esp. Can.] [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.] [articulated truck]
17
Schlepper {m} [Zugmaschine zum Ziehen von Sattelanhängern]
tucker [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.]Nahrung {f}
17
billy [Aus., NZ]Teekessel {m}
16
bowser [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.]Zapfsäule {f}
16
agr.
paddock [Aus.] [NZ] [pasture]
Weide {f}
16
sports
trifecta [Am.] [Aus.] [NZ] [three major achievements]
Dreier {m}
16
dunny [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.]Klo {n} [ugs.]
15
educ.
kindy [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.]
Kindergarten {m}
15
gastr.
pavlova [Aus.] [NZ] [soft meringue with crisp crust topped with whipped cream and fruit]
Baiserkuchen {m}
15
smoko [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.] [tea break]Teepause {f}
15
radiator [Aus.] [NZ] [electric fire]Strahler {m} [Heizstrahler]
13
spell [Scot.] [Aus.] [NZ] [period of rest]Pause {f}
13
agr.
paddock [Aus.] [NZ] [pasture for livestock]
Viehweide {f} [Weide für Rinder, Schafe usw.]
12
gastr.
kumara [NZ] [Peru] [Ipomoea batatas]
Süßkartoffel {f}
11
agr.zool.
mob [Aus.] [NZ]
Herde {f}
11
gastr.
snarler [NZ] [coll.] [sausage]
Wurst {f}
11
sook [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.] [coward]Feigling {m}
11
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