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Scouse

noun uk   us   /skaʊs/ UK informal

Scouse noun (PERSON)

[C] (also Scouser ) a person who comes from the Liverpool area, in northwest England

Scouse noun (LANGUAGE)

[U] the form of English spoken by a person from Liverpool

Scouse

adjective uk   us   /skaʊs/ UK informal
of the form of English spoken by a person from Liverpool
Translations of “Scouse”
in Chinese (Traditional) 人, 利物浦人…
in Chinese (Simplified) 人, 利物浦人…
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