Übersetzung für 'larrikin' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   a larrikin | larrikins
larrikin [Aus.] [sl.]Rowdy {m}
larrikin [Aus.] [sl.]Sonderling {m}
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Übersetzung für 'larrikin' von Englisch nach Deutsch

larrikin [Aus.] [sl.]
Rowdy {m}

Sonderling {m}
Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Following the misadventures of two larrikin soldiers, the strip was based on the "Gunn's Gully" newspaper humor columns written during the 1920s and 1930s by C.
  • Always regarded as a larrikin in his playing days, Raper is now seen as one of Rugby League's most ardent ambassadors and senior statesmen. In 2000, his portrait was entered into the Archibald Prize.
  • Kenny is depicted as a "larrikin" working-class man, and represents the stereotypical egoistic "Aussie" male of the 1970s.
  • Alongside his contemporaries and occasional collaborators Henry Lawson and Banjo Paterson, Dennis helped popularise Australian slang in literature, earning him the title 'the laureate of the larrikin'.
  • Fevola was a regular panellist on "The Footy Show" on the Nine Network, and was noted for his larrikin persona.

  • His first prison sentence behind him, Taylor became part of a larrikin 'push' (or gang) that roamed the streets looking for trouble.
  • Almost immediately, there was vandalism: “some unscrupulous larrikin has been amusing himself of late by cutting several of the trees in Avon Park”.
  • He produced a special for Sky News titled "The Death of the Aussie Larrikin", in which he and a host of guests contended that political correctness was destroying Australia's larrikin tradition.
  • He is known for his larrikin personality, drawling Australian accent, and deadpan comedic delivery.
  • Jonah, a hunchback larrikin, lives in a Sydney slum where he is the leader of the local "Push", a street gang.

  • Bear, was produced by advertising agency Leo Burnett to align the product 'with a larrikin approach to Australian mateship'.
  • Cabbage tree mobs are recognised as a predecessor of the larrikin.
  • He was described in an obituary in the "Sydney Morning Herald" as "a pleasure-loving intellectual" driven by "an instinctive anti-authoritarianism bordering on the larrikin".
  • The Rocks Push was a notorious larrikin gang, which dominated The Rocks area of Sydney from the 1870s to the end of the 1890s.
  • Pratt's novels frequently focussed on criminal outsiders such as "The Push" (a Sydney larrikin element analogous to the "bodgies" of the 1950s, "rockers" of the 1960s and "bikies" of today), and bushrangers such as Captain Thunderbolt and Ben Hall.

  • The Rocks Push was a notorious larrikin gang which dominated the area from the 1800s to the end of the 1900s.
  • Some of the slang originated in the street slang of the larrikin pushes, such as "stoush" for "fight", which led to such words as "reinstoushments" for reinforcements.
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