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Rattan

rəˈtan

Meanings of Rattan:

noun

The thin jointed stems of a palm, used to make furniture.

Usage examples:

A rattan armchair

Rattans

rəˈtan

Meanings of Rattans:

noun

The thin jointed stems of a palm, used to make furniture.

Usage examples:

A rattan armchair

Meanings of Ratted:

adjective

Very drunk.

Usage examples:

Mind you, in a country where people who get completely ratted before driving their cars into bus qu…
verb

Hunt or kill rats.

Usage examples:

We would always take a terrier when we fished and the terrier ratted away

Meanings of Ratteen:

noun

In early use (frequently in form ratteen): a kind of coarse twilled woollen fabric, usually with a (curled) nap; a frieze or drugget. later: (usually in form ratine or ratiné) a plain-woven fabric made of cotton or other material with a loose open weave and rough surface, principally used for hard-wearing outer clothing, furniture covers, etc.

Meanings of Rattening:

noun

The action or practice of taking away tools, sabotaging machinery, etc., especially to enforce compliance with trade union rules; an instance of this.

Ratter

ˈratə

Meanings of Ratter:

noun

A dog or other animal that is used for hunting rats.

Usage examples:

Long-tailed weasels are good mousers and ratters, so farmers do not mind having weasels around thei…

Ratters

ˈratə

Meanings of Ratters:

noun

A dog or other animal that is used for hunting rats.

Usage examples:

Long-tailed weasels are good mousers and ratters, so farmers do not mind having weasels around thei…

Meanings of Rattery:

noun

A place where rats are kept or exist in large numbers.

Meanings of Ratti:

noun

In south asia: a small weight used for expressing the weight of gems, equal to one-eighth of a masha.

Meanings of Rattier:

adjective

Resembling or characteristic of a rat.

Usage examples:

His ratty eyes glittered

Rattiest

ˈræt.i

Meanings of Rattiest:

adjective

Resembling or characteristic of a rat.

Usage examples:

His ratty eyes glittered

Meanings of Rattinet:

noun

A woollen fabric, similar to ratine, but thinner and lighter; a length or piece of this.

Meanings of Ratting:

noun

The activity of hunting or killing rats.

Usage examples:

Ratting is second nature to a jack russell
verb

Hunt or kill rats.

Usage examples:

We would always take a terrier when we fished and the terrier ratted away
phrasal verb

To not be loyal to someone, especially by giving away secret information about them, or to fail to do something that you said you would do

Usage examples:

He ratted on us., they ratted on the deal.

Meanings of Rattish:

adjective

Of or relating to a rat or rats; resembling (that of) a rat.

Rattle

ˈræt.əl

Meanings of Rattle:

verb

Make or cause to make a rapid succession of short, sharp knocking sounds.

Usage examples:

The roof rattled with little gusts of wind
noun

A rapid succession of short, sharp, sounds.

Usage examples:

The rattle of teacups on the tray

Rattle off

ˈræt.əl

Meanings of Rattle off:

phrasal verb

Say, perform, or produce something quickly and effortlessly.

Usage examples:

He rattled off some instructions

Rattlebox

ˈrat(ə)lbɒks

Meanings of Rattlebox:

noun

Used in reference to something that rattles, such as an old or rickety vehicle.

Usage examples:

Summer wildflowers include meadow-beauty, marsh pink, wild pea, and round-leaved rattlebox (whose s…

Meanings of Rattled:

verb

Make or cause to make a rapid succession of short, sharp knocking sounds.

Usage examples:

The roof rattled with little gusts of wind
noun

A rapid succession of short, sharp, sounds.

Usage examples:

The rattle of teacups on the tray
adjective

Worried or nervous

Usage examples:

Walter got rattled when they didn’t call.

Meanings of Rattlejack:

noun

Yellow rattle, rhinanthus minor (rare).

Meanings of Rattlepod:

noun

Any of various plants of the genus crotalaria (family fabaceae (leguminosae)); also in plural.

Meanings of Rattleproof:

adjective

That cannot be flustered or alarmed (rare).

Rattler

ˈræt.əl.sneɪk

Meanings of Rattler:

noun

A thing that rattles, especially an old or rickety vehicle.

Usage examples:

While brass bands welcomed the hawks on to the ground, train drivers guiding their red rattlers pas…

Meanings of Rattlers:

noun

A thing that rattles, especially an old or rickety vehicle.

Usage examples:

While brass bands welcomed the hawks on to the ground, train drivers guiding their red rattlers pas…

Rattles

ˈræt.əl

Meanings of Rattles:

verb

Make or cause to make a rapid succession of short, sharp knocking sounds.

Usage examples:

The roof rattled with little gusts of wind
noun

A rapid succession of short, sharp, sounds.

Usage examples:

The rattle of teacups on the tray

Meanings of Rattlesnake:

noun

A heavy-bodied american pit viper with a series of horny rings on the tail that produce a characteristic rattling sound when vibrated as a warning.

Usage examples:

Those were some of the most dangerous kinds of reptiles, spitting cobras, rattlesnakes, komodo drag…

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