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scouse

  • 1 Scouse

    Scouse
    [skaʊs]
    BRIT
    I. adj (fam) Liverpooler
    \Scouse accent Liverpooler Akzent
    II. n (fam)
    1. (person) Liverpooler(in) m(f)
    2. no pl (dialect) Liverpooler Dialekt
    * * *
    [skaʊs]
    1. adj
    Liverpooler
    2. n
    1) (= person) Liverpooler(in) m(f)
    2) (= dialect) Liverpooler Dialekt m
    * * *
    scouse, Scouse [skaʊs] Br umg
    A s
    1. Liverpooler(in)
    2. Liverpooler Dialekt m
    B adj aus oder von Liverpool, Liverpooler

    English-german dictionary

  • 2 scouse

    Scouse
    [skaʊs]
    BRIT
    I. adj (fam) Liverpooler
    \Scouse accent Liverpooler Akzent
    II. n (fam)
    1. (person) Liverpooler(in) m(f)
    2. no pl (dialect) Liverpooler Dialekt
    * * *
    [skaʊs]
    1. adj
    Liverpooler
    2. n
    1) (= person) Liverpooler(in) m(f)
    2) (= dialect) Liverpooler Dialekt m
    * * *
    scouse1 [skaʊs] s GASTR Br Labskaus n
    scouse2, Scouse [skaʊs] Br umg
    A s
    1. Liverpooler(in)
    2. Liverpooler Dialekt m
    B adj aus oder von Liverpool, Liverpooler

    English-german dictionary

  • 3 Scouse

    Scouse
    [ skaus]
    〈bijvoeglijk naamwoord〉uit LiverpoolLiverpools
    〈eigennaam〉Liverpools 〈dialect〉
    〈telbaar zelfstandig naamwoord〉Scouse 〈inwoner van Liverpool〉

    English-Dutch dictionary

  • 4 Scouse

    Ливерпулец имя существительное:
    ливерпулец (scouse)
    лобскаус (scouse)

    Англо-русский синонимический словарь

  • 5 scouse

    ливерпулец имя существительное:
    ливерпулец (scouse)
    лобскаус (scouse)

    Англо-русский синонимический словарь

  • 6 scouse

    [skaʋs] n
    1. лобскаус, матросское рагу (мясо, тушёное с овощами и галетами)
    2. (тж. Scouse)
    1) уроженец Ливерпуля, ливерпулец
    2) ливерпульский диалект

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  • 7 Scouse

    Scouse
    tr[skaʊs]
    noun
    1 SMALLBRITISH ENGLISH/SMALL familiar (person) persona de Liverpool
    2 SMALLBRITISH ENGLISH/SMALL familiar (dialect) dialecto de Liverpool
    adjective
    1 SMALLBRITISH ENGLISH/SMALL de Liverpool
    skaʊs
    adjective (BrE colloq) de Liverpool
    [skaʊs]
    1.
    ADJ de Liverpool
    2. N
    1) nativo(-a) m / f de Liverpool, habitante mf de Liverpool
    2) (Ling) dialecto m de Liverpool
    * * *
    [skaʊs]
    adjective (BrE colloq) de Liverpool

    English-spanish dictionary

  • 8 Scouse

    N
    1. लीवरपूल\Scouseकी\Scouseबोली
    I want to learn Scouse language.

    English-Hindi dictionary

  • 9 Scouse

    {skaus}
    1. ливърпулец
    2. ливърпулски диалект
    3. вид ливърпулска яхния
    * * *
    {skaus} n 1. ливърпулец; 2. ливърпулски диалект; З. вид ливърп
    * * *
    1. вид ливърпулска яхния 2. ливърпулец 3. ливърпулски диалект
    * * *
    Scouse [skaus] n, adj (човек) от Ливърпул

    English-Bulgarian dictionary

  • 10 scouse

    [skaus]
    n
    1) лобскаус, матроське рагу
    2) (Scouse) уродженець Ліверпуля, ліверпулець; ліверпульський діалект

    English-Ukrainian dictionary

  • 11 scouse

    [skaus]
    n
    1) лобскаус, матроське рагу
    2) (Scouse) уродженець Ліверпуля, ліверпулець; ліверпульський діалект

    English-Ukrainian dictionary

  • 12 scouse

    [skaʊs] 1.
    aggettivo BE colloq. di Liverpool
    2.
    nome BE colloq.
    1) (person) nativo m. (-a), abitante m. e f. di Liverpool
    2) ling. dialetto m. di Liverpool
    * * *
    scouse /skaʊs/
    n.
    1 (arc.) stufato di carne con patate e verdure
    2 (fam.) abitante (o nativo) di Liverpool
    3 [u] (fam.) dialetto che si parla a Liverpool
    4 (fam. USA) pietanza insipida; piatto povero.
    * * *
    [skaʊs] 1.
    aggettivo BE colloq. di Liverpool
    2.
    nome BE colloq.
    1) (person) nativo m. (-a), abitante m. e f. di Liverpool
    2) ling. dialetto m. di Liverpool

    English-Italian dictionary

  • 13 Scouse

    [skaʊs]
    (Brit) adj (fam) Liverpooler;
    \Scouse accent Liverpooler Akzent n fam
    1) (person) Liverpooler(in) m(f)
    2) no pl (dialect) Liverpooler Dialekt

    English-German students dictionary

  • 14 scouse

    scouse (inf) [skaʊs]
    (British)
    1. noun
       a. ( = person) personne originaire de Liverpool
       b. ( = dialect) dialecte m de Liverpool
    2. adjective
    de Liverpool

    English-French dictionary

  • 15 scouse

    scouse GB
    A n (person) personne f originaire de Liverpool ; (dialect) dialecte m de Liverpool.
    B adj de Liverpool.

    Big English-French dictionary

  • 16 Scouse

    Scouse [{{t}}skaʊs] {{}}British{{}} {{}}familiar{{}}
    1 noun
    (a) (person) = personne originaire de Liverpool
    (b) (dialect) = dialecte de la région de Liverpool
    (c) (in Liverpool dialect) ragoût m (souvent à base de restes de viande)
    2 adjective
    de Liverpool

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  • 17 scouse

    лобскаус, матросское рагу (мясо, тушенное с овощами и галетами) (тж. S.) уроженец Ливерпуля, ливерпулец;
    ливерпульский диалект

    Большой англо-русский и русско-английский словарь

  • 18 scouse

    [skaʊs]
    1) Общая лексика: ливерпулец, ливерпульский диалект, лобскаус, матросское рагу (мясо, тушеное с овощами и галетами), уроженец Ливерпуля
    2) Сленг: дешёвое блюдо, плохо приготовленное блюдо

    Универсальный англо-русский словарь

  • 19 scouse

    subst. \/skaʊs\/
    selobscouse

    English-Norwegian dictionary

  • 20 Scouse

    subst. \/skaʊs\/ (hverdagslig)
    1) person fra Liverpool
    2) Liverpool-dialekt

    English-Norwegian dictionary

См. также в других словарях:

  • Scouse — (skous), n. (Naut.) A sailor s dish. Bread scouse contains no meat; lobscouse contains meat, etc. See {Lobscouse}. Ham. Nav. Encyc. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Scouse — [ˈskaʊs] ist ein Dialekt des Englischen, der in der Metropolregion Merseyside um die Stadt Liverpool gesprochen wird. Er unterscheidet sich stark von den Dialekten der angrenzenden Regionen Cheshire und Lancashire. Dies ist durch die zahlreichen… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • scouse —    ‘Scouse’ is an eighteenth century word from ‘lobscouse’, a sailors’ meal of meat and vegetables similar to Irish stew. Hence, ‘lobscouser’ was the name used for a sailor and ‘scouser’ became the term for a person from Liverpool, a major port… …   Encyclopedia of contemporary British culture

  • Scouse — [skaus] n [U] BrE [Date: 1800 1900; Origin: lobscouse, name of a type of stew eaten by sailors (18 20 centuries), of unknown origin] the way of speaking that is typical of people from Liverpool >Scouse adj …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • scouse — 1840, short for lobscouse a sailor s stew made of meat, vegetables, and hardtack, of uncertain origin (Cf. loblolly); transf. sense of native or inhabitant of Liverpool is recorded from 1945. In ref to the regional dialect, from 1963 …   Etymology dictionary

  • Scouse — Brit. informal ► NOUN 1) the dialect or accent of people from Liverpool. 2) (also Scouser) a person from Liverpool. ► ADJECTIVE ▪ relating to Liverpool. ORIGIN abbreviation of lobscouse, a stew formerly eaten by sailors …   English terms dictionary

  • scouse — [skous] n. short for LOBSCOUSE …   English World dictionary

  • Scouse — This article is about the accent. For the food, see Scouse (food). For the type of dance music, see Scouse house. Location of Merseyside within England. Scouse ( …   Wikipedia

  • Scouse — Le terme scouse ([skaʊs] selon l alphabet phonétique international) est un mot anglais servant à désigner l accent propre aux habitants de Liverpool et du Merseyside, ainsi qu un ragoût à base de pommes de terres, de viande salée et d oignons.… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Scouse — This very unusual surname is of Old Cornish origin, and is a locational surname deriving from any of the various minor places in Cornwall named with the Cornish term skaw , elder bush, with the locational suffix es . Locational surnames were… …   Surnames reference

  • scouse — lob·scouse; scouse; …   English syllables


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