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scouse

 (skous)
n.
1. A lobscouse.
2.
a. often Scous·er (skou′sər) A native or resident of Liverpool, England.
b. often Scouse The dialect of English spoken in Liverpool.

[Short for lobscouse.]

scouse

(skaʊs)
n
(Cookery) dialect Liverpool a stew made from left-over meat
[C19: shortened from lobscouse]

Scouse

(skaʊs)
n
1. (Peoples) Also called: Scouser a person who lives in or comes from Liverpool
2. (Languages) the dialect spoken by such a person
adj
3. (Peoples) of or from Liverpool; Liverpudlian
4. (Languages) of or from Liverpool; Liverpudlian
5. (Placename) of or from Liverpool; Liverpudlian
[C20: from scouse]

scouse

(skaʊs)

n.
lobscouse.
[1830–40; by shortening]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.scouse - a stew of meat and vegetables and hardtack that is eaten by sailors
stew - food prepared by stewing especially meat or fish with vegetables
Translations

Scouse

[skaʊs]
A. ADJde Liverpool
B. N
1.nativo/a m/f de Liverpool, habitante mf de Liverpool
2. (Ling) → dialecto m de Liverpool

Scouse

adjLiverpooler
n
(= person)Liverpooler(in) m(f)
(= dialect)Liverpooler Dialekt m
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