Top Definition
Take your fill, grab the spoils on offer
From the Manchester Evening News:

Stuart Pearce borrowed a line from his former Forest boss Brian Clough to make his point. He said: "Brian had a saying: `Dip your bread.' He meant that you should nail the opposition while you've got your tails up.
by GrimRob July 30, 2009
To perform an action; To get stuck in
"I need a piss"

"Go and dip your bread pal"
by DieSlowly August 09, 2005
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