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Alexander
He spent a lazy day. After breakfast in the college buttery, he strolled off into the town. What's college buttery? Is it the same as dining-hole? What's stroll off, why not just stroll without off?
Feb 20, 2011 10:24 PM
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Buttery is a British word which means a room in a college where food is kept and sold to students.
February 21, 2011
"A college buttery" is a British English term for a place in colleges and universities where students may buy provisions. To stroll= to walk leisurely. You can say strolled or strolled off
February 21, 2011
Alexander
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