Meaning of lackerband in English:


Pronunciation /ˌlakəˈband/


informal Australian
  • (especially in Victoria) a rubber band.

    • ‘he produces a blue plastic bag with a lackerband around it’
    • ‘Horrible newsagents were counting lackerbands with nicotined fingernails.’
    • ‘He'd stick some of the money down, wrapped in a lacker band, next to her present.’
    • ‘She looks at me like I just flicked her with a lacker band.’
    • ‘Out of both pockets he pulls cash tied together with lacker bands and slaps it down.’
    • ‘Hey, Johnnie, do you have a lacker band?’


1970s an alteration of elastic band.