ratbag


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ratbag

(ˈrætˌbæɡ)
n
slang a despicable person
[C20: from rat + bag]
Translations

ratbag

[ˈrætbæg] n (British)enfoiré(e) m/f rat-catcher [ˈrætkætʃər] n (= person) → dératiseur m

ratbag

n (Brit pej inf) → Schrulle f (inf)
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