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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The ratbag is hopefully soon to be unravelled as I can't take much more of his smug face around the Woolpack.
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Not because we are some ratbag bunch of environ mentalists and really want to deal with this issue, but frankly because we believe that they've developed a package which will .
I also enjoyed the trips to the Dales I undertook with old friends Ratbag and Donkin.
If he s a ratbag, he s one of our ratbags," Kenny told The Australian.
Such escapades generated sensationalised press coverage, and helped create the ratbag image for which Women's Lib became famous.
Sydney Young (Simon Pegg) is a left-wing ratbag reporter for a British Post-Modern publication [read: him nerdy and the publication crappy], then he gets an offer to work for upmarket New York glossy magazine called Sharps (read Vanity Fair), where everybody treats him like something smelly under their shoe.
Given the saber-rattling by that ratbag in Tehran, what could hold Israel back?
When Jennie left for her Bushtucker Trial, Lord Brocket said: 'Maybe the ratbag will drown'.