Definition of shoot through like a Bondi tram in English:

shoot through like a Bondi tram

phrase

Australian, NZ
informal
  • Depart or pass by hastily.

    ‘one man shot through like a Bondi tram and then a couple of others quickly followed suit’
    • ‘She was off like a Bondi tram as fast as her little paws would carry her down the garden.’
    • ‘By the time I actually had a look and noticed the disaster on my plate, the waitress had shot through like a Bondi tram.’
    • ‘Rusty took off like a Bondi Tram and no matter how many times we asked him to slow down he didn't.’
    • ‘He didn't even wait to say goodbye—just shot through like a Bondi tram.’
    • ‘"We were given the order to fix bayonets and charge, and then the bludgers shot off like a Bondi tram."’
    • ‘Ralph said the man took off "like a Bondi tram" and if he had his Bren gun he would have "stitched him up quick".’
    • ‘I'm not getting confrontational to divert my attention away from my Dad shooting through like a Bondi tram.’
    • ‘I told him I got on the wrong frequency, and he just shot through like a Bondi tram.’