skoosh

skoosh

(skuːʃ)
n
1. a spray (of deodorant, water)
2. a fizzy drink
3. dialect Scot an easy task
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7 Serve hot with a skoosh of lemon, a sprinkle of coriander and the herb dip.
Celtic should get past Cluj but it's no skoosh job.
As well as the sections for Poetry, Stories and Scots Sangs--with a link to a fabulous further collection of Scots Sangs, compiled by Ewan McVicar http://scotssangsfurschools.webs.com/- you can learn about the language in the Scots Schuil, learn to write in Scots and even submit your own writing for possible publication in the online magazine Skoosh!
Three of the industry's biggest names were probed in 2010 after online travel firm Skoosh.com said it was being blocked by "various hotel chains" from offering cheap rooms.
The case is viewed as a test case for the sector as a whole and was in response to a complaint from another website, Skoosh.com, which said that a number of hotel chains were preventing it from offering such discounted prices on room-only accommodation.
Treat your house with sprays called Skoosh or Acclaim or Frontline Combo which kills fleas and stops their eggs hatching.
Susanne is a compere at the Gilded Balloon in her native Scotland, and has appeared on TV in Naked Elvis, Skoosh and Scottish Women.
Serves 4 500g Jersey Royal potatoes, halved longways 200g smoked bacon lardons 5 Serve hot with a skoosh of lime, chopped coriander, crushed peanuts and peanut dipping sauce.
Apparently (obviously keen to make an impression on the two old pros) he'd given himself a massive skoosh of his new Christmas aftershave just before arriving.
This followed claims from agent Skoosh.com that it was being put under pressure to keep prices high.
7 Close the banh mi and cut into four, finish with a skoosh of lime juice and some more coriander.