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.


I shouted a keg to celebrate my promotion and invited all my friends.
by dodgyjanet December 17, 2004
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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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slang for "that sounds good", if someone says a good idea you would say "that's a shout !!"
"I really wanna go to the pub tonight"
"That's a shout!"

"Craving a curry right now"
"Ooh that's a shout!"
by elysianalex August 14, 2017
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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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UK slang term referring to a party of some sort such as house parties etc. Commonly used in Manchester. No different to any other type of party.
Person a: Yo, you heard bout dat shout in stockport?
Person b: Yea yea it's some Turkish guy's house innit? you hittin it?
Person a: Yea yea it's gonna go off!
by bigE February 2, 2012
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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."
by yuboy336 October 23, 2017
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