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lager lout

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Definition of lager lout in English:

noun

British informal
A young man who behaves in an unpleasant or violent way as a result of excessive drinking: police said he acted like a lager lout and hit an officer
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  • At a time when Britain is trying to do something about young lager louts who have besmirched our national image across the playing fields of Europe, here is a middle-aged lager lout positively inviting them to test their mettle at the bar.
  • Sivota is unspoiled, uncrowded (if you avoid August when the Italians invade), friendly and totally relaxing, without a lager lout in sight.
  • Hopefully this will mean the death of the lager lout too!

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