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Definition of esky

esky

noun

  • An icebox/portable cooler (Widespread in Australia and NZ, short for "Eskimo")

    Last edited on Oct 08 2004. Submitted by Raymond B. from Edinburgh, City of Edinburgh, UK on Oct 08 2004.

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