Interior of Scottish chip shop where food bought is retrieved through a cat flap.
The Scottish Word:

Saut.

Diz yer weeyin want saut n veenegar wi his supper?

Ahn what aboot a pickled egg half price, as they’re a wee bit green?

Translation:

saut: salt.

Does your small child want salt and vinegar with his fish and chip supper?

And what about a pickled egg at half price, as they are a little green in colour?

sɑ:t
The Scottish Word: saut 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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