Preguntas sobre ejemplos de oraciones con, y la definición y uso de "Winegar"

El significado de "Winegar" en varias frases y oraciones

Q: ¿Qué significa Sause’em in winegar and swaller’em whole, fat’ uns four fer a penny!?
A: I'm not surprised you find this difficult! This sounds like rather old-fashioned English from a market trader. He is probably speaking Cockney English, which is a variety of English common amongst poorer parts of London (but much less common nowadays). What does it mean? Roughly, it means "Soak the fish (probably fish but it could be some other edible product) in vinegar, eat them without cutting them up. You can buy four of these fish (fat ones) for one penny". A penny was one of the pre-decimal coins, in use before 1971, when decimal coinage was introduced. The fish being sold here are probably whitebait, a small fish usually eaten whole.

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