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 Aussie slang - verbes la plus utilise presque tout les jours



Voici des petits verbes et adverbes qui sont utilise vraiment souvent, dans la campagne et les villes aussi.

Ce sont parmi les verbs/adverbs la plus utilise par mon etudiante d'iran que j'enseigne chaque semaine - chaque semaine nous trouvons des moyens de plus d'utiliser ces memes verbes/adverbes simples dans la vie de tout les jours.

 


CUT    - up      (1)                                CHOP – up (1) (utilise presque exactement que 'cut'



           -down (2)                                           - down  (cut down) (2)



           - out     (3)                                           - off  (3)



           - into    (4)



           - in       (5)



           - off      (6)



 DIG     - up (unearth, decouvrir)           CARRY- out    (1)  (task)



           - in                                                        -away   (2)



                                                                         - on  (continuer)



GET    - out     (1)                                HOP    - out     (1)



           -  up     (2)                                           - up      (2)



           - down (3)                                           - down (3)



           - on      (4)                                           - on      (4)



           - off      (5)                                           - off      (5) (comme 'get off')



JUMP – out    (1)



           - up      (2)



           - down (3)



           - on      (4)



           - off      (5) (= comme 'get off')



 MAKE- up (mind, decider)     (1)                   MARK   - up          (increase sales price – sales terms)



           - up (cosmetics)    (2)                               -down      (reduce price, ie at a sale)



           - up (invent, story)(3)



 MESS             - up                  (1)                    MUCK -  up          (meme que pour for “mess”  mais plus slang)


                         - around           (2)                                - around     (ie play around, fun,  not serious)



 PICK   – up                 (1)                                PASS   - in                   (1)



           - out (choisir)   (2)                                              - over (miss a promotion) (2)



            -on    (tease sb)                                                   - up    (miss, decline)   (3)



POP     - off      (1)                                                         - under                         (4)

   “         - on      (2)                                                           - on

           - out     (3)


           - up      (4)



PULL  - up      (1)                                SWITCH        - on      (eg, allumer une lumiere)            (1)



           - out     (2)                                                       - off                  (2)



           - over   (3) (eg arrete la voiture par la cote de la route)



TURN – out    (1)                               THROW         - away              (1)



           - off      (2)                                                       - up   (to be sick, vomir) (2)   



           - up      (3)                                           - in     (“throw in the towel” = give up) 3)
           - into    (4)                                                       - out  (4)



           - around (5)



BREAK



           - in      (1)



           - up     (2)



           - down(3)



            - out    (4)



CHUCK (utilise comme "throw" mais c'est plus slang)



           something out  (throw away)



           it in (throw something in, also to quit a job)



           away    (throw away, or throw away from a distance)



DRAG



A: To pull something along the ground



B: “What a drag!” (quelle galere/hassle, an activity/action not being wanted to do at all)



HANG



          on (ie the phone)                 (attendre sur la telephone)



           up                                (accrocher telephone or clothing)



           around/hang out            (loiter, doing nothing much)



HOLD



           up        (armed robbery, same as “stick up”)                      (1)



           out       (to offer, extend an object by hand)                     (2)



                        (to wait, ie “hold out for a better offer or deal”) (3)              



PUT


           on        (ie to dress oneself – put on clothes)   (1)



           up        (erect structure, ie tent)             (2)



           down    (a: dismantle,  b: place down on sth, c: degrade a person) (3)



           away    (to tidy away something into its correct place) (4)



           out       (to be inconvenienced or “out of sorts”) (5)



RUN



          into   (collision) (1a)     



           into (encounter somebody known, ie down the street) (1b)



           away    (fuir)    (2)



           out       (outside, also a cricket term)       



           out model (eg last year’s model of a particular car which is about to be updated) (4)



           up (to amount/amass accounts or debts)  (5)


STICK



           up        (armed robbery, ie bank)          (1a)
           up        (affix, ie stick a poster with sticky tape to the wall )(1b)



           out       (also protrude),  be quite noticeable, (at times can also use “stand out”  (2)



           around -  stay around (hang around, remain present over a period of time) (3)



SINK



To sink:   (submerge in water, ie a ship)



To be sunk: (past tense, submerged)



“I’m sunk” (I’m finished, done for, in trouble)


SPOT



a spot               (ie a dirty spot/mark sur une chemise) (1)



to spot someone (glimpse, sight) (2)



a ‘top spot’                                (3)    or, eg: a 'good spot' for a picnic (3) (great place)



in a tight spot                (tight position, ie a tight park or a difficult position like 5) (4)



in a spot of bother                       (5)   (in a difficult situation, position – abstract)



LEFT



(1)               Directions – left and right



(2)               Ie “none left” (none/0 remaining)



(3)               Depart, went away: ie “the boy left school”



(4)               Political: left wing and right wing



 





 





 



 



 

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