“It’s Saturday. Let’s flee doon tae the sea an get a fish supper*.”
“It’s Saturday. Why don’t we fly down to the sea and get a fish for supper.”
*fish supper – a meal consisting of chips (potatoes cut into squarish and long sections about finger size then deep fried till crisp on the outside and white and fluffy inside) served with cod dipped in plain batter and deep fried. Supplied hot and freshly cooked from any one of the multitude of Scottish chip shops – wrapped in paper with much salt and vinegar added. Deep fried Mars bar in batter to follow??
The Scottish Word: flee with its definition and its meaning illustrated and captioned with the word used in context in the Scots language and in English.