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What Is the Australian Slang for Sausages?

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Snag is the Australian slang for sausages and was first recorded in 1941. This word is thought to have been coined from British dialect snag a morsel, a light meal'. Snag is otherwise used globally to mean, a submerged tree stump', an unexpected drawback', and so forth.
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