We’re obviously fascinated by the differences that exist between our quirky American vocabulary and that of other lands, if you recall a certain 20 British Words post of ours. There’s something hilariously amazing about two words that sound the same, but mean very different things.
So we did it again. Here are 20 words that have pretty different meanings in Australia than they do in the U.S. Made with royalty-free images from Bigstock, of course.
Good onya, mate! You finished the whole thing.