English version

butty in Food topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbuttybut‧ty /ˈbʌti/ noun (plural butties) [countable]  DF British English informal a sandwich
Examples from the Corpus
buttyAfter a day's filming, the House Of Eliott star spends four hours serving toast and bacon butties.The shoot takes place accompanied by the inevitable sequence of bacon butties, coffee, tea and cakes.But everybody's starving by the time the bacon butty run is organised at around 7.30am.Without you there'd never be sauce to put on sausage butties.From lavish buffets to butties at the Friday night disco the caterers work flat out to feed the five thousand.We got up at 6 a.m. to start making bacon and tomato butties for the Co-op Bakery and homeward-bound shift workers.I hope your brand new Lowe daysack helps keep your butties safe from those marauding sheep.And please keep your butties to yourself and let the sheep eat grass as nature intended.