어떤 단어든 아래 칸에서 찾아보세요. 예를 들면 "eiffel tower"
 
1.
To be, or have been, hard at work. Originating in Australia.
"G'day mate, how ya been?"

"Mate! I've been flat out like a lizard drinking! This is hard yakka! I've been working on it for yonks!"
G'day and Well Hey가 작성 2009년 01월 21일 (수)
 
2.
1. verb/simile. To be working really hard, or so under the pump that you've found yourself dehydrated.

2. verb/simile. (sarcastic) Doing nothing at all.
1. How are ya, mate?
Oh, dude, I'm flat out like a lizard drinking.
Up for a brewskie later then?
Yeah, for sure.

2. How are ay, mate?
Oh, dude, I'm flat out like a lizard drinking.
Yeah righto, come out for a brewskie then.
Orright, seeya in a sec.
Ryan Paine가 작성 2008년 02월 15일 (금)
 
3.
Adj. Simile. To be extremely busy to the point of running "flat out," a play on words involving the image of a lizard that physically stretches itself thin to literally drink water from a pond etc.
Slacking off? Are you kidding, mate? I'm flat out like a lizard drinking.
TheBadSanta가 작성 2008년 09월 18일 (목)