Definitions

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  • proper noun UK an affectionate nickname for the BBC.
  • proper noun Australia an affectionate nickname for the ABC (Australian Broadcasting Commission).

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Examples

  • Katherine Lowe's children called Elizabeth by the name "Auntie Moku."

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  • Well, the best part of being an Auntie is the supply of 'unnecessary' fun substances (to a point, of course).

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  • This news came from an interesting piece in the Oz which also said that Auntie is also introducing user-generated content across ABC websites, and a geographic search engine which will allow users to click on a map to access ABC content relevant to that locale.

    Friday, February 22, 2008 | Lifehacker Australia

  • This news came from an interesting piece in the Oz which also said that Auntie is also introducing user-generated content across ABC websites, and a geographic search engine which will allow users to click on a map to access ABC content relevant to that locale.

    ABC | Lifehacker Australia

  • “She thinks it was stolen by someone called Auntie Lena.”

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  • Even my sister who we call Auntie Takeout has started a domestic quest with muffins.

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  • For most of us, Auntie is central to our idea of what it means to be British.

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  • For most of us, Auntie is central to our idea of what it means to be British.

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  • Anyway, it overflowed so she called Auntie V who workd there.

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  • Although she wasn't a relation she was one of my mother's best friends and my sisters and I called her Auntie Jean.

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