Aussie Idioms

Although English is the national language of Australia, the local version has developed its own unique set of words and phrases that you are unlikely to hear anywhere else in the world.
Some of the more unusual phrases shown here include “to go off like a frog in a sock”, “flat out as a lizard drinking” and “to spit the dummy”.
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This fun list of Aussie idioms will give you a great insight into Australian English before you arrive in the country.
If you want to know the translations for all these idioms and more, take a look at this infographic.

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