Bratrstvo kočičí pracky

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Etymology[edit]

Literary: Brotherhood of a Feline Paw. Originally a name of a gang of evil youngsters in the comic series Rychlé šípy by Jaroslav Foglar.

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): [bratr̩stvo kot͡ʃɪt͡ʃiː prat͡skɪ]

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Bratrstvo kočičí pracky n

  1. (idiomatic, humorous) gang, a group of criminals or alleged criminals who band together for mutual protection and profit. [since 20th c.]
    • 2012, Karel C. Grig, Třetí kaple[1], Kniha Zlín, →ISBN, page 46:
      Objevil na tom Karlštejně poklad nebo co a teď po vás jde nějaké Bratrstvo kočičí pracky, je to tak?
      He has discovered some treasure or something like that in Karlštejn and now a gang of criminals go after you, don't they?

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