New Zealand/Australian term. Past tense of shout. Meaning to have bought something for someone else with no gain to oneself (expect the expectation that they'll do the same for you sometime in the future).
I went out on the town with my friend Dave. He had no money so I shouted him a few beers.

or

I shouted a keg to celebrate my promotion and invited all my friends.
by dodgyjanet December 17, 2004

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