Green’s Dictionary of Slang

scran v.

[scran n. (2)]

1. to provide with food.

in W. Hone Every-day Bk (1827) II 527: Tickets to be had for three Megs a Carcass to scran their Pannum-Boxes.

2. to collect scraps of food to make up a meal.

[UK]Hotten Dict. of Modern Sl. etc.
[UK]Hotten Sl. Dict.

3. to eat.

[UK]I. Welsh Filth 18: I get a couple of bacon rolls, and Ray gets another sausage roll, which we scran back.
[UK](con. 1980s) I. Welsh Skagboys 416: I take my tea with five sugars, and Coco Pops and milk, scranning it back as quick as I can.

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