The British Idiom – Meat and two veg
Definition of Meat and two veg
The stereotypical British meal consisting of a piece of meat and two vegetables and considered to be somewhat basic and boring compared to more exotic cuisine. Note that meat and two veg can also euphemistically refer to a man’s penis and testicles in this humorous idiom.
Examples of Usage of Meat and two veg
None of your fancy French food here I’m afraid, but I have to say the landlady serves up a decent meat and two veg. His trousers are always so tight you can clearly see his meat and two veg.
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