Definition of give someone Bondi in English:

give someone Bondi


dated, informal
  • Attack someone savagely.

    ‘Snowy got Maxie in a corner and began to give him Bondi’
    • ‘When larrikins, approach the police now in a belligerent attitude it is their custom to threaten to give them "Bondi".’
    • ‘I quote this instance of the unpopularity of the "force," not as on the level of "Give 'em Bondi," but as manifesting at the time a genuine and general popular revulsion to the irritating innovation!’
    • ‘Many a push battle was called in the dark, to the cry of 'Give 'em Bondi!', a memorial echo of defiance.’
    • ‘She went round the room breaking up furniture, and encouraged the brutal bullies to "give him Bondi."’
    • ‘He anticipates that his former constituents will give him Bondi.’