Word for Word #39 Aussie Slang: animal phrases

Sep 07, 2021
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In this, the first episode of the new season of Word for Word, the Macquarie team discuss some of the funniest (and rudest) Aussie animal slang.

Join us as we explore our language: the ways we use it, the ways we abuse it, and the ways we ultimately change it. 

You can also explore the 'additional links' and definitions below to learn more about our favourite animal phrases.

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Words & Definitions

Macquarie Dictionary definitions from this episode:

Additional Links

Read more about the topics and themes discussed:

We're not here to f**k spiders

We're still not here to f**k spiders

Collective nouns for animals

 

Acknowledgements

Word for Word is produced by Macmillan Audio Australia for Macquarie Dictionary and Pan Macmillan Australia. 

Music used in this episode is by Broke For Free, available from the Free Music Archive and used by permission of the artist. Find more music by Broke for Free including The Gold Lining; and If.

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