scran


scran
scran [{{t}}skræn]
noun {{}}familiar{{}}
(a) {{}}British{{}} (food) bouffe f, graille f
(b) {{}}Irish{{}}
bad scran to you! que le diable vous emporte!

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  • scran — noun food Let wi gan and get some scran am starvin man! Syn: scrawn …   Wiktionary

  • scran — n British food. The word is used throughout the armed services and by some civilians, particularly public schoolchildren and students. It comes originally from Rom any and has been employed since the 18th century to mean victuals, scraps or… …   Contemporary slang

  • scran — n. sl. 1 food, eatables. 2 remains of food. Phrases and idioms: bad scran Ir. bad luck. Etymology: 18th c.: orig. unkn …   Useful english dictionary

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  • Scran — Slang for food, a snack, nosh. Man, am I hungry, who s up for some srcan? …   Dictionary of american slang

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  • scran — noun dialect food. Origin C18 (denoting a bill at an inn): of unknown origin …   English new terms dictionary

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