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New Zealand Slang Words Quiz

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You may know all about the attractions, nature, food, and culture of New Zealand. But what about its language? Do you have a curiosity for local slang words and try to learn a few expressions while or before traveling? Take a look at these New Zealand slang words to see how many of them you already know. As for the one you don’t know, maybe it’s time to appreciate the variety and versatility of Kiwi slang words. While you are at it, you might also want to look at the New Zealand quiz as well. Have fun with these New Zealand slang words, and don’t forget to write your score in the comments!

  • Question of

    What does ‘dairy’ mean?

    new zealand slang words
    • Dairy Products
    • Local Corner Store
    • Cow
    • Farm
  • Question of

    How about “spinning a yarn”?

    new zealand slang words
    • Knitting
    • Telling a story that is most probably not true, exaggerating
    • Running Around
    • Things getting complicated
  • Question of

    It’s a bit interesting. What does “wop-wops” mean?

    new zealand slang words
    • In the middle of nowhere
    • Some kind of a ball game
    • Ice-cream
    • A place of gathering
  • Question of

    If someone says ‘choice’, what does it mean to?

    new zealand slang words
    • Option
    • It depends on you
    • Great, awesome, or cool
    • Choose something
  • Question of

    While in the UK the word “togs” means clothes, in New Zealand it refers to…

    new zealand slang words
    • Sunglasses
    • Hat
    • Swimwear
    • Hot dogs
  • Question of

    What is the “Ta”?

    new zealand slang words
    • Thank you
    • Yes
    • I love you
    • Cheers
  • Question of

    What might ‘tu meke’ mean?

    new zealand slang words
    • I miss you
    • Please
    • You mean a lot to me
    • Literally means ‘too much’, showing appreciation
  • Question of

    What does the New Zealand slang word “carked it” mean?

    new zealand slang words
    • To park your car
    • To open a bottle of wine
    • To die
    • Cracked up
  • Question of

    What about this expression: “Had a big one on the turps”?

    • To have a headache
    • Having a night out drinking
    • Eating too much at a restaurant
    • To have a big profit
  • Question of

    And finally, what does “munted” mean?

    new zealand slang words
    • Broken or damaged, also used for people who are tipsy or drunk
    • Demented
    • Being hunted
    • To mean something

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