Australian term, meaning to buy or give something to someone else.
"I'll shout the next round of beer's."
"Can you shout me a bottle of coke. I left my wallet at home."
"Come around after work, I'll shout you a few cone's."
by Diego September 11, 2003
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When someone suggests a good idea or motive.
Pal: ‘We’re going pub
You: ‘Ahh thats a shout
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Australian saying, meaning "shout" drinks. To buy the round of drinks. You can shout a mate anything you like, as long as you have the money!. Works on a reciprocal system, unless your mates are tightarses
I'll shout the drinks tonight mate
by jamesbrown April 22, 2003
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Another word for idea. A thought or notion, anything that is conjured up in the brain and sometimes put into action and/or shared with the rest of the crowd.
"Should we go out tonight?"
"Mate, thats a right shout."
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A request that is read out on a radio show.
Just like to give a big shout out to all my mates in Wolverhampton.
by fishywishy November 7, 2003
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A way of reserving something, to call dibs.
"I shouted on that chair, you can't sit there!"
by All uns July 16, 2012
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