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Definition of "g'day" [g'day]

  • Hi, hello. (interjection)
  • Denotes the end of a radio transmission. (interjection)

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Use "g'day" in a sentence
  • "And if, with that lengthened leg, the lucky recipient gets a jump on its competitors, well, g'day to you, baby kangaroo."
  • "If you are coming to NECC in San Antonio I do hope you drop by and say g'day."
  • "(The nice customs/border people are smiley and healthy-looking, and they even say g'day.)"