catcher

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See also: Catcher and cátcher

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catch +‎ -er

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catcher (plural catchers)

  1. Someone or something that catches.
  2. (baseball) The player that squats behind home plate and receives the pitches from the pitcher
  3. (chiefly US, colloquial) The bottom partner in a homosexual relationship or sexual encounter between two men.

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French[edit]

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catcher

  1. to wrestle
  2. (Quebec) to catch
  3. (Quebec) to catch, get (understand fully)

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catcher m (plural catchers)

  1. (baseball) catcher