Australian Slang
bombora; bomb into a swimming pool, etc.

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  • bommie — I. /ˈbɒmi/ (say bomee) noun Colloquial 1. a bombora. 2. → coral bommie. Also, bombie, bommy. {shortened form of bombora + ie} II. /ˈbɒmi/ (say bomee) …   Australian English dictionary

  • bommie — noun Short for bombora …   Wiktionary

  • Bommie — bombora; bomb into a swimming pool, etc …   Dictionary of Australian slang

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  • coral bommie — /kɒrəl ˈbɒmi/ (say koruhl bomee) noun 1. a column like growth of coral which has risen to just below or above the surface of the ocean and is a hazard to yachts and small vessels. 2. the broken water visible on the surface as a result of the… …   Australian English dictionary

  • bombora — A wave that forms over a submerged offshore reef or rock, sometimes (in very calm weather or at high tide) merely swelling but in other conditions breaking heavily and producing a dangerous stretch of broken water. The word is also used for the… …   Australian idioms

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