Pitt Street farmer

Pitt Street farmer
«фермер с Питт-Стрит» (в шт. Новый Южный Уэльс владелец собственности в сельской местности, кот. живёт и работает в Сиднее, обычно для того, чтобы избежать уплаты налогов на собственность или сократить их; тж. Collin's street cocky, Queen street bushie) <от названия улицы в Сиднее>

Australia and New Zealand. English-Russian dictionary of regional studies. 2014.

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  • Pitt Street farmer — (NSW) one who owns a country property, often for purposes of tax avoidance, but who lives and works in Sydney (from Pitt Street a major street in Sydney) …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • pitt street farmer — Australian Slang (NSW) one who owns a country property, often for purposes of tax avoidance, but who lives and works in Sydney (from Pitt Street a major street in Sydney) …   English dialects glossary

  • Pitt Street farmer — noun (derogatory) (in NSW) someone who owns a country property, often, formerly, for tax loss purposes, but who lives and works in Sydney. Compare Collins Street cocky, Queen Street bushie, St Georges Terrace cocky. {name of a street in central… …  

  • Collins Street cocky — noun (derogatory) (in Victoria) someone who owns a country property, often, formerly, for tax loss purposes, but who lives and works in Melbourne. Compare Pitt Street farmer, Queen Street bushie, St Georges Terrace cocky. Also, Collins Street… …  

  • Queen Street bushie — noun (derogatory) (in Queensland) someone who owns a country property, often, formerly, for tax loss purposes, but who lives and works in Brisbane. Compare Collins Street cocky, Pitt Street farmer, St Georges Terrace cocky. Also, Queen Street… …  

  • St Georges Terrace cocky — noun (derogatory) (in WA) someone who owns a country property, often, formerly, for tax loss purposes, but who lives and works in Perth. Compare Collins Street cocky, Pitt Street farmer, Queen Street bushie. {name of a street in central Perth} …  

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