[choo k, chook] /tʃʊk, tʃuk/
Australian. a hen.
Slang. a woman.
(used as a call for poultry or pigs.)
(Austral, informal) Also called chookie. a hen or chicken
(Austral, informal) a woman, esp a more mature one
(Austral) a exclamation used to attract chickens
he couldn’t raffle a chook in a pub, he is incapable of carrying out even the simplest of tasks
- Chook raffle
noun (Austral) 1. a raffle for which the main prize is a roast chicken 2. not be able to run a chook raffle, to be totally incompetent
[choo m] /tʃʊm/ noun, Australian. 1. an Englishman. /tʃʊm/ noun 1. (often capital) (old-fashioned, Austral, slang or jocular) an Englishman
/tjuːn/ noun 1. (slang) a piece of recorded music that one likes
[choo r-uh] /ˈtʃʊər ə/ noun 1. an Indian dagger having a sharply pointed, single-edged blade.