Entry from British & World English dictionary
A person whose job is to catch or destroy rats.
- It is equally attractive to rats and is often used by rat-catchers to bait their traps.
- He had a burning ambition to be a rat-catcher at an early age.
- A few years ago, Owen, from Glusburn, would have been called the rat-catcher.
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