Meaning of battered sav in English:

battered sav

Pronunciation /ˌbatəd ˈsav/


informal Australian
  • A saveloy sausage coated in batter and deep-fried.

    • ‘they sell hamburgers and battered savs to people on their way home from work’
    • ‘Show Day marks the annual consumption of a battered sav for every Australian in the country.’
    • ‘Forget the good old battered sav, we are planning to revolutionise festival food.’
    • ‘Could I have a battered sav, as well?’
    • ‘I went into a fish and chip shop where I purchased and proceeded to eat a battered sav and chips.’
    • ‘Some customers are beating a hasty retreat from a volley of dim sims, battered savs and sausage rolls being thrown from the shop.’