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strine

[strahyn] /straɪn/
noun, Informal.
1.
Australian English.
Origin of strine
1964
1964; jocular representation of the supposed pronunciation of Australian by uneducated Australian speakers
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Strine

/straɪn/
noun
1.
a humorous transliteration of Australian pronunciation, as in Gloria Soame for glorious home
Word Origin
C20: a jocular rendering, coined by Alastair Morrison, of the Australian pronunciation of Australian
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