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  • n. A cold bottle or can of beer.


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From cold +‎ -ie (“diminutive suffix”), for "cold one". Compare tinnie.


  • I would, however, hardly advise any human "coldie" to try such heroic treatment offhand, for the pungency and painfulness of formalin vapor is something ferocious, though the

    Preventable Diseases

  • So sit back, pop a cold-coldie or a Caucasion, or whatever your beverage of preference may be, and prepare to have your mind blown in the most elegant and only occasionally sexual of ways ...

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  • Buy a couple of kilos, invite a few mates around, crack open a robust red or simply a coldie and it's an instant party.

    At My Table

  • If anyone's going to the kitchen, I could use another coldie.

    The stupid factory.

  • They want a bloke to toss a coldie to another bloke, but a croc comes out of the water and snatches at it.

    Steve and Me

  • An actor fetched a coldie from the esky and tossed it toward Steve.

    Steve and Me

  • Now i'm awf to grab a coldie cause oim as droi as a dead dingo's donger...

    Writing: The Freelance #2 (actually)

  • What do you mean by 'pukka' and 'not pukka' coldie?

  • Watching Rangers, Lakers, listening to Ferrall, sipping on a coldie and about to knock down a steak.

    Lone Star Ball

  • So don't leave him sitting around in the Renderosity store - take him home and "crack a coldie" with him - and that's Aussie for having a beer.



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