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rot·ter

 (rŏt′ər)
n. Chiefly British Slang
A scoundrel.

rotter

(ˈrɒtə)
n
slang chiefly Brit a worthless, unpleasant, or despicable person

rot•ter

(ˈrɒt ər)

n. Chiefly Brit.
a thoroughly worthless person.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.rotter - a person who is deemed to be despicable or contemptiblerotter - a person who is deemed to be despicable or contemptible; "only a rotter would do that"; "kill the rat"; "throw the bum out"; "you cowardly little pukes!"; "the British call a contemptible person a `git'"
disagreeable person, unpleasant person - a person who is not pleasant or agreeable

rotter

noun (Old-fashioned) scoundrel, rat (informal), stinker (slang), louse (slang), cad (Brit. informal), swine, bounder (old-fashioned Brit. slang), blighter (Brit. informal), cur, scumbag (slang), bad lot, blackguard, cocksucker (taboo slang), scrote (slang) The man's an absolute rotter!
Translations
ničema
skiderik
rongyember
fúlmenni
naničhodník
aşağılık kimse

rotter

(o.f.) [ˈrɒtəʳ] N (Brit) → caradura mf, sinvergüenza mf
you rotter!¡canalla!

rotter

[ˈrɒtər] n (British)pourri(e) m/f

rotter

n (dated Brit inf) → Lump m

rotter

[ˈrɒtəʳ] n (Brit) (old) (fam) → mascalzone/a

rot

(rot) past tense, past participle ˈrotted verb
to make or become bad or decayed. The fruit is rotting on the ground; Water rots wood.
noun
1. decay. The floorboards are affected by rot.
2. nonsense. Don't talk rot!
ˈrotten adjective
1. (of meat, fruit etc) having gone bad; decayed. rotten vegetables.
2. bad; mean. What rotten luck!; It was a rotten thing to do.
ˈrottenness noun
ˈrotter noun
a mean, bad person. an absolute rotter.
References in classic literature ?
"Of course he was a rotter. He was bound to end in the gutter sooner or later," said Lawson.
"Then we'd better get back and make sure of the other rotter."
I have got accustomed to hear you talking about men as rotters, and calling everything filthy and beastly; though I do think it horrible and unladylike.
Even these wretched young rotters were not very common at our house; but there were two of them that were a lot too common--common in every sort of way.
HARRY Redknapp says he finally found happiness on I'm a Celeb after life as a top football manager turned him into a "miserable rotter".
Harry Redknapp has claimed he finally found happiness on I'm a Celeb...after years working as football manager turned him into a "miserable rotter."
Rotter's social learning theory, developed by American psychologist Julian B.
Sublandlord Conde Nast was represented by Peter Riguardi, chairman and president of the New York region; Joseph Messina and Steven Rotter, vice chairmen; Jessica Berkey, executive vice president; Andrew Coe and Brett Harvey, vice presidents, all with JLL.
Speaking on the second day of the Industry Forum for Converged Digital Media, DSA Treasurer Mark Rotter emphasized the need for dynamic spectrum access and the benefits it could bring to communities around the world who are lacking internet access.
Steven Rotter, Joseph Messina, Greg Lubar, Steven Spartin, Jessica Berkey and Andrew Lutzer of JLL represented The Carlyle Group.
THE December lunchtime concert at Loughborough Baptist Church on Tuesday, December 18, will feature Loughborough Ladies Choir conducted by Jackie Rotter offering Christmas music.
During the press conference, Senator Cantwell thanked Washington state LWCF coalition members Joanna Grist, Cathy Baker, and Joe Rotter.