• (AU) enPR: ŏz'-i, IPA: /ˈɔzi/
  • (British) enPR ŏ'-zi, IPA: /ˈɒzi/, /ˈɒsi/
  • (America) enPR ô'-zi, IPA: /ˈɔzi/, /ˈɔsi/
  • (America, Canada, cot-caught) enPR ŏ'-zi, IPA: /ˈɑzi/, /ˈɑsi/

Aussie (plural Aussies)

  1. (colloquial) An Australian.
  2. (colloquial) An Australian Shepherd dog.
  3. (slang, finance) Australian dollar.
Translations Proper noun
  1. (colloquial) Australia qual now uncommon except in sporting chants.

Aussie (not comparable)

  1. (chiefly, Australia, New Zealand, British, colloquial) Australian.
    • 2010, Veechi Curtis, Lynley Averis, Bookkeeping For Dummies, [ page 81],
      Here's something I learned the hard way: The very best time of year to start off with accounting software is the beginning of the financial year (1 July for most Aussie businesses, and 1 April for most Kiwi businesses).
    • 2010, Quintin Jardine, Screen Savers, [ unnumbered page],
      ‘I'm a perfectionist, mate,’ he said, his accent becoming noticeably more Aussie, as it always did in private.

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