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Aussie

[ aw-see, or, especially British, oz-ee, aw-zee ]
/ ˈɔ si, or, especially British, ˈɒz i, ˈɔ zi /
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noun Informal.
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Origin of Aussie

First recorded in 1890–95; Aus(tralian) + -ie
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British Dictionary definitions for Aussie

Aussie
/ (ˈɒzɪ) /

adjective, noun
an informal word for Australian, (rare) Australia
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