Definition of munter in English:

munter

Line breaks: mun¦ter
Pronunciation: /ˈmʌntə
 
/

noun

British informal , derogatory
An unattractive person, especially a woman.
More example sentences
  • Some people photograph well but they're munters in real life.
  • And even though plenty of other things happened that were nice and pleasant and make me sound like a lot less of a munter, this one's still my favourite story to tell.
  • Get pictured with a double chin and you're a great big fat munter.

Origin

early 21st century: origin unknown.

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