Definition of like a shag on a rock in English:

like a shag on a rock

Australian informal In an isolated or exposed position.
More example sentences
  • Sol whatever his name is from Telstra looked like a shag on a rock and the whole show was an insult to the grand finalists, sponsors and the game.
  • If Labor ditches the free trade agreement John Howard will be left like a shag on a rock.
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