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3.
Idiom used for a situation that has gone awry, or wrong.
A British term for something that has been ruined.
The US economy is going up the spout.
Tony Blair has gone up the spout.
by Niklit January 07, 2008
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1.
In Scotland, pregnant. See also up the duff.
She's up the spout again.
by Keith the Incredible Sockpuppet November 18, 2004
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2.
Pregnant. Scottish slang. Used in the best movie ever made, Juno.
This is not a food baby. I've taken like three pregnancy tests and I am fo' shizz up the spout.
by Hannah the Superhero December 29, 2007
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4.
pregnant, usually unplanned, as in Up the Pole
She's gone and got herself up the spout, or...
From the great Irish film, The Snapper: "She's gone and got herself up the pole."

Also see Snapper: Fetus, Unborn Baby
by Petra777 January 05, 2008
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5.
Found in the Military(Canada's, The US's and Elsewhere), This means to load your weapon, or denote that your weapon is already loaded...
E.g, The Glock-17 holds 16 rounds: 15 in the magasine and 1 up the spout.
by J. Michael Reiter January 05, 2008
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6.
Found in the Military(Canada's and Others), It means to Chamber a Round, i.e, Load Your Weapon...
A Browning HP-35 will hold 14 rounds: 13 in the Mag, and one Up The Spout.
by Paul Douglas Reiter January 05, 2008
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