ratter

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See also: rätter and Ratter

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Etymology[edit]

rat +‎ -er

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Noun[edit]

ratter (plural ratters)

  1. Anything which catches rats, especially a dog trained to catch them; a rat terrier.
    Coordinate terms: ratcatcher, mouser
  2. One who rats; a traitor; a deserter.
    Coordinate terms: stool pigeon, turncoat, coward
  3. A pirate miner, a miner who digs out ore or paydirt clandestinely and runs
    Coordinate terms: miner, pirate, tunnel rat

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Verb[edit]

ratter

  1. present tense of ratte