- /ˈlagə laʊt/ (say 'lahguh lowt)
noun British Colloquial
an aggressive badly-behaved young man who typically has drunk too much beer: *Britain is perfecting its image as land of the lager lout ahead of soccer's World Cup. –aap news, 1998.
Australian English dictionary. 2014.
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lager lout — noun (informal) A youth noted for his boorish, aggressive and unruly behaviour brought on by an excess of lager, beer, etc • • • Main Entry: ↑lager * * * noun, pl ⋯ louts [count] Brit informal : a man who gets drunk and then behaves badly * * *… … Useful english dictionary
lager lout — n BrE informal a young man who drinks too much and then behaves violently or rudely … Dictionary of contemporary English
lager lout — lager ,lout noun count BRITISH INFORMAL a young man who gets drunk on beer and behaves violently or noisily … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
lager lout — ► NOUN Brit. informal ▪ a young man who behaves offensively as a result of excessive drinking … English terms dictionary
lager lout — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms lager lout : singular lager lout plural lager louts British informal a young man who gets drunk on beer and behaves violently or noisily … English dictionary
lager lout — noun A person (especially a young male) who behaves in a violent manner when drunk … Wiktionary
lager lout — noun Brit. informal a young man who behaves offensively as a result of excessive drinking … English new terms dictionary
lager lout — Noun. A young person whose anti social behaviour is primarily instigated by the excessive drinking of alcohol. Informal … English slang and colloquialisms
(a) lager lout — British a young man who drinks too much alcohol and is then noisy, rude, or violent. They d ended up in some cheap holiday resort that was full of British lager louts. (often plural) … New idioms dictionary
lout — [laut] n [Date: 1500 1600; Origin: Perhaps from Old Norse lutr bent down ] a rude, violent man = ↑yob >loutish adj ▪ loutish behaviour >loutishly adv >loutishness n … Dictionary of contemporary English