Double-dink

1. carry or convey a second person on a horse, bicycle or motorcycle;
2. such a ride

Dictionary of Australian slang . 2013.

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  • double-dink — /dʌbəl ˈdɪŋk/ (say dubuhl dingk) Especially WA, Victoria and Tasmania –verb (t) 1. to convey as a second person on a horse, bicycle, or motorcycle. –noun 2. a ride obtained from being double dinked. Compare Chiefly South Coast Qld and North Coast …   Australian English dictionary

  • double-dink — Australian Slang 1. carry or convey a second person on a horse, bicycle or motorcycle; 2. such a ride …   English dialects glossary

  • double — /ˈdʌbəl / (say dubuhl) adjective 1. twice as great, heavy, strong, etc.: double pay. 2. twofold in form, size, amount, extent, etc.; of extra size or weight: a double blanket. 3. composed of two like parts or members; paired: a double cherry. 4.… …   Australian English dictionary

  • dink — I. /dɪŋk / (say dingk) Especially Victoria, Tasmania, ACT, WA –noun 1. a ride obtained from being dinked. –verb (t) 2. to convey as a second person on a horse, bicycle, or motorcycle. Compare Chiefly South Coast Qld and North Coast NSW bar1 (defs …   Australian English dictionary

  • Dink — ist der Name folgender Personen: Hrant Dink (1954 2007), armenischer Journalist Dink ist der Name folgender Orte: ein Dorf in Bulgarien DINK ist die Abkürzung für: Double Income, no Kids (engl. für „kinderlose Doppelverdiener“ bzw. double income… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Double truck — refers to a pair of facing pages, usually in a newspaper or magazine, with content that stretches over both pages. In most newspapers and magazines, the booklet like format is accomplished by folding large sheets of paper in half. This allows the …   Wikipedia

  • Dink (band) — Dink (styled DINK), was an alternative/industrial rock band formed in Kent, Ohio in 1992. The band s sound was considered unique for its time, combining elements of industrial, Hip Hop (rapped vocals and extensive use of samples), hard rock, and… …   Wikipedia

  • dink — dink, n. [ca. 1985, acronym from double income no kids.] either of a married couple who both are employed and have no children. The term is often used as the prototype of midde class persons with higher than average disposable income. [PJC] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • dink — dink1 [diŋk] n. DROP SHOT (sense 2) adj. Baseball of a hit made as a result of striking the ball poorly [a dink double] dink2 [diŋk] n. Slang a fool, jerk, etc. dink3 [diŋk] n. [Slang, Chiefly Mil.] a person born in Southeast Asia, esp. Vietnam,… …   English World dictionary

  • double income, no kid — (DINK)  Working couples who do not have children.  ► “A recent American Demographics article noted the growing numbers of childless couples as one of the most significant demographic trends of the past 15 years. Since then, the acronym DINK… …   American business jargon


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