Australian, slang. an expression to emphasise the the intencity of ones opinion. To declare honesty.
Mate, did your mate drink that whole Carton of beer I had in the fridge?

"Bloody Oath he did mate...( burp) "
作者 christopher 2004年1月20日
Australian slang term. Used in light hearted manner conveying humour at seriousness of subject under discussion. The more humour Australians use in speech is indicator of seriousness involved.
Q: Has the flood destroyed your farm and all the crops?
A; Bloody Oath, we'll have to start from scratch.
作者 ErnMalleyscrub 2011年4月17日

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