Definition of connie in English:

connie

noun

Australian
informal
  • A conductor on a bus or tram.

    ‘he bought a one-day ticket from the connie’
    • ‘It used to be important to be polite to the connie.’
    • ‘The connie said he took a look through the window and saw the driver asleep.’
    • ‘You could often hear the connie saying to some poor mum with a pram, "Sorry love, but you'll have to wait for the pram bus."’
    • ‘The connie punched our tickets.’
    • ‘These people had got off or been ejected by the connie.’

Origin

1920s: abbreviation of conductor.

Pronunciation

connie

/ˈkɒni/