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Definition of Aussie

Aussie

  • an Australian.

    Last edited on Aug 03 2005. Submitted by Kevin B. from Fresno, CA, USA on Aug 03 2005.

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Definitions include: a moron, a foolish person.
Definitions include: exclamation of excitement or delight.
Definitions include: messed up, fucked up, screwed up, or thrashed.
Definitions include: It means having to beat someone up.
Definitions include: a person familiar with an urban lifestyle and unfamiliar with a rural lifestyle.
Definitions include: A harlot, prostitute, One who transacts physical pleasures by bartering or negotiating terms of exchange.
Definitions include: an inhalation from a smoking device.
Definitions include: nice clothes.
Definitions include: an energetic person.
Definitions include: "out of sight, out of mind".

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