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In Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Canada, United Kingdom, and Ireland, the word is pronounced // OZ-ee (Australian English [ˈɔzi]), with a /z/ sound; however, in the United States, it is most often pronounced // AW-see with an /s/ sound. Pronouncing the word with an /s/ in place of the /z/ is considered by Australians to be a canonically American error —similar to pronouncing the last syllables of Melbourne and Brisbane as "born" and "bane", respectively, rather than with a reduced vowel.
- C'mon Aussie C'mon, an Australian cricket anthem.
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