(South African English slang. Derived from Afrikaans. Literally, "sweet" or "tasty".)
"lekker" means tasty or pleasurable or very excellent. Originally referred to food, but used widely to describe any excellent or pleasurable thing.
Man, we had a lekker jorl last night.
Translation: Man, we had an extremely pleasurable excursion or night's partying last night.
"Man, the chow in Cape Town is lekker, ek se."
Translation: "Man, the food in Cape Town is extremely delicious, I tell you!"
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