Definition of dubbo in English:

dubbo

noun

Australian
informal
  • An unsophisticated or unintelligent person, especially someone from the countryside; a bumpkin.

    ‘why was she working with such a bunch of dubbos?’
    • ‘What do you think we are, dubbos?’
    • ‘You're not such a dubbo after all.’
    • ‘Dopes, dubbos and incompetents, the lot of them.’
    • ‘A calculator is provided to help you dubbos.’

Origin

1980s: from the name of a famous farming town in New South Wales.

Pronunciation

dubbo

/ˈdʌbəʊ/