Australian Slang
dollar; $1

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  • smackeroo — /smak euh rooh /, n., pl. smackeroos. Slang. 1. a hard slap or swat: He gave the ball a smackeroo. 2. smacker. [SMACK or SMACK(ER) + EROO] * * * …   Universalium

  • smackeroo — smacker UK [ˈsmækə(r)] / US [ˈsmækər] or smackeroo UK [ˌsmækəˈruː] / US [ˌsmækəˈru] noun [countable] Word forms smacker : singular smacker plural smackers informal 1) a loud kiss 2) [usually plural] a pound or a dollar …   English dictionary

  • smackeroo — noun a) A kiss. b) A dollar (slang) …   Wiktionary

  • Smackeroo — dollar; $1 …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • smackeroo — smack·er·oo …   English syllables

  • smackeroo — /smækəˈru/ (say smakuh rooh) noun Colloquial a dollar. Also, smackeroony …  

  • smackeroo — ˌsmakəˈrü noun ( s) Etymology: alteration of smacker slang : dollar …   Useful english dictionary

  • nickname —    People are often addressed by a nickname in English speaking countries, a nickname being an extra, unofficial name, not formally given by the parents or legally adopted by the person who bears it. In fifty sample novels, for example, where a… …   A dictionary of epithets and terms of address

  • -eroo — a suffix that creates familiar, usually jocular variations of semantically more neutral nouns; normally added to monosyllabic bases, or merged with bases ending in er: flopperoo; smackeroo; switcheroo. [of unclear orig.; perh. extracted from… …   Universalium

  • buck — 1. noun /bʌk/ a) A male deer, antelope, sheep, goat, rabbit, hare, and sometimes the male of other animals such as the ferret and shad. Can I borrow five bucks? …   Wiktionary

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