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ˈɔ si; esp. Brit. ˈɒz i, ˈɔ ziaussie

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. Australian, Aussienoun

    a native or inhabitant of Australia


  1. Aussienoun

    An Australian.

  2. Aussienoun

    An Australian Shepherd.

  3. Aussieadjective


  4. Aussieadjective

    That is generally identified as Australian; who embraces Australian culture.

    There's not much more Aussie than a meat pie at the footy.

  5. Aussienoun



  1. Aussie

    Aussie is Australian slang for the words Australia, and Australian, and can be used in the form of an adjective, noun or proper noun.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of aussie in Chaldean Numerology is: 1

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of aussie in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2

Examples of aussie in a Sentence

  1. Nick Kyrgios:

    It means a lot. It's my first real title that I've won, it's the perfect way to start off the year. I haven't lost a match yet. I'm riding a lot of confidence going into the Aussie summer. I'm just really happy.

  2. Joe Capurso:

    The traditional drivers, like commodity prices and the world economy are going to put downward pressure back on the Aussie, so it's prepped for a fall.

  3. Hakeem Al Araibi:

    I'm an Aussie now, i'm very happy to be safe.

  4. Steven Dooley:

    Both currencies today are reacting to the very strong session overnight in U.S. equities, oil and precious metals, and then the local data have really boosted both Aussie and the Kiwi.

  5. Jake Klein:

    Investor sentiment in gold is understandably very low and investors have lost a lot of money, not withstanding that, the Australian gold sector is undoubtedly a good place to be. Costs are coming down and with the falling Aussie dollar supporting a higher A-dollar gold price, the profitability wedge per ounce is widening.

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