down under









down under


down under or Down Under ExamplesWord Origin noun

  1. Australia or New Zealand.

adverb

  1. in, to, or into Australia or New Zealand.

Origin of down under First recorded in 1895–1900 Examples from the Web for down under Historical Examples of down under

  • Her respect for the strange, the birdlike man from Down-Under skyrocketed.

    The Brain

    Alexander Blade

  • Overawed and mystified the lone passenger from Down-Under took in the scene while the big plane circled with diminished speed.

    The Brain

    Alexander Blade

  • British Dictionary definitions for down under down under noun

    1. Australia or New Zealand

    adverb

    1. in or to Australia or New Zealand

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