Definition of joller in English:

joller

noun

South African
informal
  • See jol

    • ‘These are not the surfers, whose clock is set by wind and sea; nor the triathlon triers, whose season is marked by sudden bicycle tracks; nor the irregular jollers who leave jagged tracks of 4x4s from time to time.’
    • ‘The Kia consultant said: ‘He gave the impression of being a joller.’’
    • ‘Of the 28, eight are vacant - including the notorious Chelsea Hotel, which jollers of the 80s and 90s may remember as a sleazy pool hangout.’
    • ‘It has also enabled the installation of a generous amount of toilets so jollers won't have to spend valuable dance time queuing outside the loos.’
    • ‘When the sun goes down, Sikwane is quite a Joburg joller.’