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Shout (my shout)




English Meaning 1

to buy something for others casually, usually a drink at the pub (when we speak English)

English Example 1

“Come on, let’s get a drink, it’s my shout”

English Meaning 2

(same as Meaning 1)

English Example 2

“Man dinner was great, shall we get the bill?  No no no, don’t worry, it’s my shout, put your bag away”

English Meaning 3

(same as Meaning 1)

English Example 3

“Time for another round?  Whose shout is it?”
I reckon it’s Simon’s”
“Come on Simon, your shout” (Learn English tip: here ‘it is’ is dropped but still implied for casual conversation: Come on Simon, it is your shout)

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