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 (feminine equivalent jillaroo) working on a sheep or cattle station, to gain practical experience in the skills needed to become an owner, overseer, manager, etc.{full|date=November 2012} The word originated in Queensland, Australia in the 19th century and is still in use in Australia and New Zealand in t
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Jackaroo

[miniseries] Jackaroo is a 1990 Australian mini series about a half-caste who goes to work on a West Australian property and falls in love with a girl. ...
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