Meaning of Aussie in English:


Pronunciation /ˈɒzi/

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(also Ozzie)
  • 1A person from Australia.

    • ‘he's an Aussie and so he probably played cricket as a kid’
    • ‘this is Australia and we are Ozzies’
    1. 1.1Australia.
      • ‘I was in Auckland for the last few years, but now I live in Aussie’


(also Ozzie)
  • Australian.

    • ‘he married an Aussie girl and moved to Australia in 1948’
    • ‘an Aussie accent’
    • ‘the Ozzie government’
    • ‘It should be remembered that England are the only country to have got anywhere near beating the Ozzies for a year.’
    • ‘An Ozzie traveller complained to me that the only theft he had encountered was in youth hostels, and even then it was a piece of cheese from the fridge.’
    • ‘Best thing was that even the Aussies thought they were going to lose.’
    • ‘Although, the Aussies probably wouldn't mind now they've had a chance to get used to it.’
    • ‘Finally, the Aussies are not only the best side in the world, but probably the best ever.’
    • ‘He was keeping his fingers crossed that he will make the final line-up against the Aussies at the home of cricket.’
    • ‘However, the Aussies are well aware they are an indispensable part of the Scottish tourist industry.’
    • ‘This means the Aussies will guarantee themselves a medal if they win one game in the playoffs.’
    • ‘The Aussies travel to Germany to play Argentina on June 18 and Tunisia three days later.’
    • ‘Do any of you sometimes think Aussies take sport a little too seriously?’
    • ‘This is despite England's brave attempt to bring the Aussies to the brink of defeat.’
    • ‘It was a little disheartening when the Aussies got the first penalty points on the board.’
    • ‘The Aussies ' opening try in the first few minutes silenced the crowds - but only for a moment.’
    • ‘You name the sport and the Aussies are in the Top League or very close to the world's best.’
    • ‘I actually began to feel sorry for the Aussies, who were a great bunch of lads.’


Early 20th century abbreviation.