noun (plural bodgies)
- Support the capacity for the Government to fine companies who introduce bodgie patents.
- We see the manipulation of bodgie science in order to maintain political conclusions.
- So that is what makes the exhibit K a bodgie copy, a fake copy.
Probably from bodger, a term said to have arisen as a result of the post-war black market trade in cloth in Sydney: when inferior cloth was passed off as American-made, it was called bodgie, extended to denote any young man who adopted an American accent and manner.
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