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lager lout

noun [C usually plural] uk   us   UK informal
a young man whose behaviour is noisy, offensive, and often violent after drinking too much alcohol
Translations of “lager lout”
in Chinese (Traditional) 酒後行為不端的年輕人,耍酒瘋的青年…
in Chinese (Simplified) 酒后行为不端的年轻人,耍酒疯的青年…
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