Definition of gutser in English:

gutser

Line breaks: gut¦ser
Pronunciation: /ˈɡʌtsə
 
/
(also gutzer)

noun

Australian/NZ informal
A heavy fall or collision.

Origin

early 20th century: from the noun gut.

Phrases

come a gutser

Suffer a failure or defeat.
More example sentences
  • After all, he is not much different to an adventurer who comes a gutser in the ocean somewhere and expects others to risk their lives saving him.
  • The people who think that they can keep slugging the motorist - the average person who just goes down the road - for more dollars or cents per litre of petrol and then add road tolls will find that they will come a gutser.

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