Jackaroo

Jack`a·roo' noun Also Jack`e*roo' [ Jack + kang aroo .] A young man living as an apprentice on a sheep station, or otherwise engaged in acquainting himself with colonial life. [ Colloq., Australia]
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Jackaroo

Jack`a·roo' intransitive verb To be a jackaroo; to pass one's time as a jackaroo. [ Colloq., Australia]
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Jackaroo

• Alt. of Jackeroo • (v. i.) To be a jackaroo; to pass one`s time as a jackaroo.
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Jackaroo

[trainee] A jackaroo is a young man working on a sheep or cattle station, to gain practical experience in the skills needed to become an owner, overseer, manager, etc. The word originated in Queensland, Australia in the Nineteenth Century and is still in use in Australia and New Zealand in the twenty-first century. Its origins are unclear,
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