Definition of freshie in English:

freshie

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Pronunciation: /ˈfrɛʃi/
(also freshy)

noun

Australian
  • A freshwater crocodile native to northern Australia.
    • Crocodylus johnstoni, family Crocodylidae
    More example sentences
    • In deeper, murkier pools, such as that where I overturn and become marooned with a seven foot freshy, dwell crocodiles awaiting their next meal.
    • ‘Of course there are freshies in Kakadu too,’ he said as we were about to leave, receipt and itinerary in bag.
    • Red ones are salties and yellow ones are freshies.

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