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stubbie

slang A beer bottle that is shorter and stouter than the long-necked design of the industry standard bottle. Primarily heard in Australia. John's bringing a slab of stubbies, but you can bring whatever you like if you don't want to drink beer. I'm going to the kitchen for a stubbie. Anyone else want one?

stubby

slang A beer bottle that is shorter and stouter than the long-necked design of the industry standard bottle. Primarily heard in Australia. John's bringing a slab of stubbies, but you can bring whatever you like if you don't want to drink beer. I'm going to the kitchen for a stubby. Anyone else want one?

stubby

mod. cool; good-looking. Man, you’re stubby. Nice kicks!
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