Two men in protective clothing discuss the settings to wash their naked colleague with the industrial power washer.
The Scottish Word:

Midden.

Well oot o the levels we’ve goat it’s tousie, oozlie, clarty, slaigerin, mankit, midden or skitter-keechit.

we’d better jist pit it up tae midden level.

We’ll be wantin him tae be keepin maist o his skin.

Translation:

midden: dunghill.

Well from the options we have; disheveled, slovenly, muddy, smeared, dunghill, and awfully-dry-diarrhoea-covered.

We’d better just set it at dunghill level.

We want him to keep most of his skin after all.

mɪ′dɪn
The Scottish Word: Midden with its definition and its meaning illustrated and captioned with the word used in context in the Scots language and in English.

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