Definition of meat tray in English:

meat tray

noun

Australian, NZ
  • A prize in a raffle consisting of a tray of different cuts of meat.

    ‘the winner receives a $50 meat tray from Prime Meats’
    • ‘Concerned that Hill may have just beaten him to win the meat tray for goal of the day, Michael sprung back into action.’
    • ‘There are meat trays and six packs and other prizes to be won, and last week some poor bugger missed out on $1080 because he wasn't there for the members' jackpot draw.’
    • ‘First prize is a hamper and second prize is a meat tray.’
    • ‘Money continues to be raised through traditional means; most clubs would raffle at least one meat tray during a season.’
    • ‘The sponsors are providing a $100 meat tray to be raffled on Sunday.’
    • ‘Even the humble raffle—meat trays and rubbery chooks aside—has taken on a new sheen.’
    • ‘On weekends, Aussies indulge in a "barbie" and a few schooners of beer at the local pub, where you can win a meat tray in the meat raffle.’
    • ‘The fun and games get underway with often over 20 meat trays to give away.’
    • ‘Back in 1997, Ross won a meat tray during a pub raffle in Sydney.’
    • ‘A meat tray raffle will be held each day.’