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- adj. Remarkable; wonderful.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. remarkable or wonderful.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. remarkable or wonderful
It looks pretty bonzer, what with hugeous casts of dinosaur bones, rocketry equipment and people acting scenes from Hamlet.
This ad is incredibly effective, which is probably why the Lieberman camp has gone bonzer yo-yo about it.
Admittedly, we had some bonzer arguments at the beginning, but once Scott actually READ the thing, he had a lot of constructive stuff to say.
You get some bonzer wrestling matches sometimes. '
'Hey, bonzer rum, mister!' he tossed to Jyp, and jerked a thumb.
Then off to a swimming club to catch a load of bonzer blokes in Speedos drinking lager, before a quiet walk in an old part of town that was a bit rough 200 years ago, but is now full of nice cafes.
Australia's bid video, which featured a surfing kangaroo, some bonzer Sheilas on the beach and
Some Aussie children believe Santa Claus 'sleigh is pulled by six white boomers. boot - trunk of a car bonzer - a great bloke or sheila.
Get ready for what will hopefully be a bonzer race.
Williams goes on to quote another Australian colleague, who shares the national gift for chucking a bonzer phrase, on the Ichneumonid wasps, whose designer, if there were one, ‘must have been a sadistic bastard’.
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