Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of chipolata.

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Examples

  • I fried up the sausages the Brits call chipolatas, pretty much like American breakfast sausages instead of the big fat “bangers” they prefer, and he ate one with his egg and toast, and drank some apple juice.

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  • The Hitman and Her could simply have satisfied itself with displaying the cold harsh reality of any discotheque from 1975 to 1988 – Club 18-30 games like putting chipolatas down the diamanté Speedos of "the dancers" Eugene & Storm or passing custard-filled balloons between the breasts of dead-eyed girls with Bonnie Tyler hair.

    The Hitman and Her

  • I remember that she cooked roast chicken, bacon, chipolatas and gravy for us when we arrived driving up from London, and how good it was to have a dinner with three different kinds of meat in it.

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  • PS: my favourites are Waitrose organic pork chipolatas - Tony Henry.

    Another humiliating defeat

  • I remember that she cooked roast chicken, bacon, chipolatas and gravy for us when we arrived driving up from London, and how good it was to have a dinner with three different kinds of meat in it.

    On this day in history « Squares of Wheat

  • The Hitman and Her could simply have satisfied itself with displaying the cold harsh reality of any discotheque from 1975 to 1988 – Club 18-30 games like putting chipolatas down the diamanté Speedos of "the dancers" Eugene & Storm or passing custard-filled balloons between the breasts of dead-eyed girls with Bonnie Tyler hair.

    The Hitman and Her

  • By contrast, the girls could have got jobs at Dewhurst, despite their demented machine, which at one point was firing chipolatas like a Gatling gun possessed by the spirit of Sid James ( "Ooo!" squealed Paloma), without which, incidentally, the girls 'sales technique ( "Sir, do you think your wife would like a different sausage at all?") would surely have been less of a triumph.

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  • Rebekah would probably have asked him if he could be a darling now and take round the chipolatas again…Alexander, though, was only beating a well-worn path to partake of Murdoch's beneficence, and one trodden many times since 1997 by assorted quisling Labour figures such as Tony Blair, Alastair Campbell, Peter Mandelson and Gordon Brown.

    Our Labour party needs to find its nerve again | Kevin McKenna

  • The first party we had, my sister in law and I spent HOURS cutting out dinasour pizzas, dunking marshmallows in chocolate and putting chipolatas on cocktails sticks – no one was interested.

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  • The change of seasons has brought along elegant triangular stacks of glistening merguez, chipolatas and sausages, platters of beautifully layered shish kabobs of fish or chicken or lamb threaded on long, pale picks with jade green and ruby red squares of peppers, curves of onion and tiny cherry tomatoes.

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