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Second most common phrase in New Zealand after "awesome". Said when someting is rather good instead of just "good" or "OK". Often followed by "bro".
How was the surf at Ragland yesterday?
Sweet As bro
by hmvgasman June 04, 2006
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New zealand slang for "everything's okay."
Can also be used in place of "yes!"
"yeah, my night was sweet as, got on the piss with some mates and sung karaoke... badly"

"wanna beer mate?"
"yeah, sweet as"
by poopolo September 01, 2005
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a new zealander expression to mean "cool!" , "right", "agreed"
- u fellas need a ride?
- yes we do bro!, sweet as!
by Santiago Herrera February 23, 2008
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Something Kiwis Say
by Northy! October 29, 2010
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Pretty much, totally sweet. A New Zealand term.
Dude, the waves were totally killer.
by faerygirl956 February 22, 2006
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Means "Ok" or just "sweet"

Can also be abbreviated as "Swaz"

Not just New Zealand..Northern Ireland/ Belfast too.
-"Did the peelers(police) manage to catch ye last night?"
-"Nah, I jumped over into someones back garden and was sweet as."


-"I found your front tooth after that fight with the bouncer."
by Johnzer November 28, 2007
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Clearly a popular expression in various countries, it probably originates from England where it has been popular for many years and is presumably a shortened version of the common expression 'Sweet as a nut'.
- How was your evening last night with Sarah?
- Yeah, sweet as. I managed to kick the back door in for the first time.
by Dan Slenver February 04, 2008
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