Down Under


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down under

In or to Australia (or New Zealand). Primarily heard in US, UK, South Africa. She was born down under, but she's established a hugely successful career here in the US. We've decided to travel down under this summer!
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down under

Australia and New Zealand. I've always wanted to visit down under. We spent Christmas down under.
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Down Under

  (informal)
Australia and New Zealand, or in or to Australia and New Zealand The British rugby team are going on a tour Down Under later this year. I think she's from down under judging by her accent.
See have down to a fine art, Down the hatch!, be down on luck, be down in the mouth
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down under

n. the area of Australia; Australia. I’ve always wanted to visit down under.
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