Definition of ratter in English:

ratter

Line breaks: rat¦ter
Pronunciation: /ˈratə
 
/

noun

A dog or other animal that is used for hunting rats.
More example sentences
  • Long-tailed weasels are good mousers and ratters, so farmers do not mind having weasels around their farms because they eliminate these pests.
  • You should keep in mind the Carin was bred to be a ratter.
  • Its original purpose was as a ratter, working very hard to to remove rodents from places such as kitchens and stables.

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