Übersetzung für 'Jackaroo' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   a jackaroo | jackaroos
jackaroo [Aus.]
Cowboy {m}
jackaroo [Aus.] [station trainee]
Jackaroo {m} [junger, noch in der Ausbildung befindlicher Arbeiter auf einer Viehfarm]
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  • Jackaroo {m} [junger, noch in der Ausbildung befindlicher Arbeiter auf einer Viehfarm] = jackaroo [Aus.] [station trainee]
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Apart from two years as a jackaroo, Service worked in Sydney until he moved to Canberra in 1964 as an executive of "Moteliers".
  • He worked as a jackaroo before he entered the Working Men's College in Melbourne (nowadays the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology), where he studied from 1936 to 1940.
  • He worked briefly as a jackaroo and then completed his matriculation in Melbourne in 1881.
  • The mural depicts many scene of wars and was painted by local artist and jackaroo Robert (Fred) Doyle.
  • McNamara graduated from the University of Sydney with a Bachelor of Economics degree before working as a jackaroo. In 1973 he played the guitar with Col Joye and the Joy Boys.

  • After the war he was a producer at the BBC. From 1952 to 1955 he worked as a jackaroo on a sheep station in Tasmania.
  • Prior to World War I, Daryl became a jackaroo near Collarenebri.
  • A station trainee is known as a jackaroo (male) or jillaroo (female).
  • He spent the next three years working as a jackaroo, until he entered into a partnership on Kaloola station, a property located near Longreach, in 1925.
  • A jackaroo is an Australian agricultural trainee.

  • Ron Middleton joined his father here, working as a jackaroo.
  • The overseers' cottage, sections of the jackaroo's quarters, workshop, stables and garage are used for staff and management purposes.
  • Chapman attended St John's College in Dubbo. After leaving school he was a jackaroo, then a station manager, and later took up land in Queensland.
  • The book owed much to White's experiences as a jackaroo working at Adaminaby in the Snowy Mountains of Southern New South Wales.
  • In 1869, 15-year-old Edward Wittenoom worked as a jackaroo at Bowes, and was joined by his brother Frank in 1874.

  • Born on 22 July 1894 at Hunters Hill in Sydney to English immigrants, Brown attended Sydney Grammar School and then Bathurst Experimental Farm before becoming a jackaroo at Condobolin.
  • The company was fined [...] 100,000 in 2005 following the death of a jackaroo in New South Wales in 2001.
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