[jak-uh-roo] /ˌdʒæk əˈru/ Australian

noun, plural jackaroos, verb (used without object), jackarooed, jackarooing.
[jak-uh-roo] /ˌdʒæk əˈru/ Australian
noun, plural jackeroos.
an inexperienced person working as an apprentice on a sheep ranch.
verb (used without object), jackerooed, jackerooing.
to work as an apprentice on a sheep ranch.
noun (pl) -roos
(Austral, informal) a young male management trainee on a sheep or cattle station


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