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2 definitions by ErnMalleyscrub

 
1.
Australian slang term. Used in light hearted manner conveying humour at seriousness of subject under discussion. The more humour Australians use in speech is indicator of seriousness involved.
Q: Has the flood destroyed your farm and all the crops?
A; Bloody Oath, we'll have to start from scratch.
by ErnMalleyscrub April 17, 2011
 
2.
Slang term with varied uses, and different meanings depending on context. Used extensively in Australia as 1:mild surprise 2:angry shock 3:mild amusement at common trouble 4:general colourful phrase added to emphasise importance of comment
1: Bloody hell, that was a good try/rally/point. (sport)
2: Bloody hell, why did you drive drunk and crash the car?
3:Bloody hell, that woman shouldn't wear tights in public.
4:Where the bloody hell are all the tourists Oprah was meant to bring us here in Oz? Are they scared off by our flaming lingo?
by ErnMalleyscrub April 16, 2011