rat

listen to the pronunciation of rat
الإنجليزية - التركية
{i} sıçan

Gemi sıçanlar ile doludur. - The ship abounds with rats.

Bir sıçan yolu koşarak geçti. - A rat ran across the road.

{i} fare

Fareler batan gemiyi terkederler. - Rats leave a sinking ship.

Fare çok yükseğe sıçrasa da, kedi tarafından yakalanır. - If jumps too high the rat - it's captured by the cat.

{i} muhbir
{f} döneklik etmek
{i} hain
dönek
iri fare
kalleşlik etmek
kalleş
sözünden dönmek
mızıkçı kimse
{f} fare avlamak
keme
{i} parti değiştiren milletvekili
{i} ispiyoncu
{f} greve katılmamak
{f} ihanet etmek

Arkadaşlarıma ihanet etmektense ölmeyi tercih ederim! - I'd rather die than betray my friends!

{f} ispiyonlamak
argo oyunbozan
{f} on argo -i gammazlamak
{i} grev bozucu
{f} parti değiştirmek
Norway rat göçmen
Mus

Dolar ve euro arasındaki dönüştürme oranını biliyor musun? - Do you know the conversion rate between dollars and euros?

Benim Boston'da yaşamayı Chicago'da yaşamaya tercih edeceğimi gerçekten düşünüyor musun? - Do you really think I'd rather live in Boston than Chicago?

{f} argo oyunbozanlık etmek
argo gammazlamak
kadınların saçını kabarık göstermek için kullanılan ufak ilâve parça
on ile
{f} ihbar etmek
{f} hainlik etmek
{f} fare tutmak
ispiyonla
rati
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) lağım faresi
ratim
greve katılmayan işçi
rat race
hayat mücadelesi
rat race
(Ev ile ilgili) koşuşturma

Koşuşturmadan kurtulmak istiyorum. - I want to get away from the rat race.

rat goliath
afrika cırlak faresi
rat race
hengâme
rat race
yaşam kavgası
rat-a-tat-tat
sürekli kapı çalma sesi
rat hole
küçük ve kirli rahatsız bir oda
rat like
sıçan gibi
rat out
(deyim) Yüzüstü bırakmak

Joe ratted out on Sue when she was seven months pregnant.

rat tail
sıçan kuyruğu
rat trap
sıçan tuzak
rat-tailed
fare kuyruklu
rat on
(Fiili Deyim ) ihbar etmek
rat race
anlamsız yarış
rat race
argo keşmekeş, koşuşturma
rat race
keşmekeş
rat tailed
fare kuyruklu
rat tailed
fare kuyruğu gibi
rat tat
tak tak etmek
rat tat
çalınmak
rat tat tat
tık tık
rat tat tat
kapı sesi
rat tat tat
tak tak
look like adrowned rat
Sırılsıklam olmak , sıçan gibi ıslanmak
smell a rat
bityeniği sezmek
smell a rat
pislik sezmek
smell a rat
hile kokusu almak
smell a rat
{k} bir katakullinin kokusunu almak
look like a drowned rat
sırılsıklam
musk rat
misksıçanı
musk rat
bizam sıçanı
musk rat
maskarat
musk rat
ondatra
rat race
(deyim) post kavgası
root rat
(Argo) seks peşinde olan kimse
smell a rat
pirelenmek
brown rat
kahverengi fare
desert rat
çöl faresi
kangaroo rat
keseli fare
musk rat
misk sıçanı
pouched rat
kanguru
river rat
ırmak hırsızı
sand rat
kum faresi
water rat
su faresi
wharf rat
norveç faresi
wood rat
ağaç faresi
love rat
aşk sıçan
mountain rat
dağ fare
nude rat
(Tıp, İlaç) Genetik bozukluğundan ötürü tüyleri olmayan laboratuvar faresi
pack rat
Gereksiz ve işine yaramayacak şeyleri toplayıp saklayan kişi
pack rat
Bulduğu şeyleri yuvasına götürüp saklayan büyük bir tür Kuzey Amerika faresi
tree rat
ağaç sıçan
cunning as a dunny rat
(Argo) çok uyanık
desert rat
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) koşarfare
like a drowned rat
{k} sırsıklam, sırılsıklam
like a drowned rat
sırılsıklam
mole rat
(isim) kör fare
mole rat
{i} kör fare
naked mole rat
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) tüysüz köstebek faresi
rats
saçmalık/sıçan
rats
sıçan yakala/sat
sewer rat
lâğım faresi
smell a rat
kuşkulanmak
التركية - التركية

تعريف rat في التركية التركية القاموس.

RAT'
(Osmanlı Dönemi) (Bak: Ret')RATA' : Hamakat, ahmaklık
NA'RAT
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Bak: Na'ra
RATS
(Osmanlı Dönemi) El ayasıyla vurmak
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A term indiscriminately applied to numerous members of several rodent families (e.g. voles and mice) having bodies longer than about 12 cm, or 5 inches
A person who is known for betrayal; a scoundrel

He’s more a man than any pair of rats of you in this here house.

An informant or snitch
A promiscuous person - often a young female - who attends sporting and other entertainment events, primarily to seek sexual liaisons with athletes, entertainers and/or others traveling with them; a groupie
Any of about 56 different species of small, omnivorous rodents belonging to the genus Rattus
North West London slang term for Vagina, as in ''get your rat out
A wad of shed hair used as part of a hairstyle
Informer
Scab
to betray someone and tell their secret to an authority or an enemy; to turn someone in, bewray

He is going to rat us out!.

To kill rats
A person who routinely spends time at a particular location

He loved hockey and was a devoted rink rat.

{i} large long-tailed rodent that resembles a mouse; traitor, one who betrays, informer
one who violates Omerta; AKA - squealer, canary, snitch, stool pigeon, yellow dog
A promiscuous person - often a young female - who attends sporting and other entertainment events, primarily to seek sexual liaisons with athletes, entertainers and/or others traveling with them
In English politics, to desert one's party from interested motives; to forsake one's associates for one's own advantage; in the trades, to work for less wages, or on other conditions, than those established by a trades union
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'"
(To) To forsake a losing side for the stronger party It is said that rats forsake ships not weatherproof A rat is one who rats or deserts his party Hence workmen who work during a strike are called “rats ” “Averting The cup of sorrow from their lips And fly like rats from sinking ships ” Swift: Epistle to Mr Nugent Rat (Un) A purse Hence, a young boy thief is called a Raton A sort of pun on the word rapt from the Latin rapto, to carry off forcibly Courir le rat, to rob or break into a house at night-time To take a rat by the tail, or Prendre un rat par la queue, is to cut a purse A phrase dating back to the age of Louis XIII , and inserted in Cotgrave's Dictionary Of course, a cutpurse would cut the purse at the string or else he would spill the contents
desert one's party or group of friends, for example, for one's personal advantage
any of various long-tailed rodents similar to but larger than a mouse a pad (usually made of hair) worn as part of a woman's coiffure catch rats, especially with dogs give (hair) the appearance of being fuller by using a rat employ scabs or strike breakers in desert one's party or group of friends, for example, for one's personal advantage
someone who works (or provides workers) during a strike
A person who is known for betrayal; a traitor
a pad (usually made of hair) worn as part of a woman's coiffure
plastic-doodle razor lips nuts turtle-head roller
A slang term used to describe any fish that is very small
abbreviation standing for 'right about there' - a way of referring to the positioning of a judgement fold
give (hair) the appearance of being fuller by using a rat
In scientific usage, any of about 56 different species of small, omnivorous rodents belonging to the genus Rattus
A round and tapering mass of hair, or similar material, used by women to support the puffs and rolls of their natural hair
e lock When interest rates are volatile, many borrowers want to "lock in" an interest rate and many lenders will oblige, setting a limit on the amount of time the guaranteed interest rate is in effect
any of various long-tailed rodents similar to but larger than a mouse
- rocket constrained to fly along a line; often emitting sparks and effects
{f} betray an accomplice to police; abandon one's associates, desert one's colleagues
One of several species of small rodents of the genus Mus and allied genera, larger than mice, that infest houses, stores, and ships, especially the Norway, or brown, rat M
catch rats, especially with dogs
If someone rats on an agreement, they do not do what they said they would do. She claims he ratted on their divorce settlement
decumanus), the black rat (M
damn, drat, curse
Big block Chevrolet motor An extremely popular motor among ProStreeters in particular Rumble Seat--Seat located in trunk area The trunk lid is hinged from the rear, and folds up to form the seat back
These were introduced into America from the Old World
one who reveals confidential information in return for money
One who deserts his party or associates; hence, in the trades, one who works for lower wages than those prescribed by a trades union
rattus), and the roof rat (M
Alexandrinus
If you smell a rat, you begin to suspect or realize that something is wrong in a particular situation, for example that someone is trying to deceive you or harm you. If I don't send a picture, he will smell a rat. Any of more than 500 forms of Asian rodent (genus Rattus, family Muridae) that have been introduced worldwide. The black rat (Rattus rattus) and the Norway rat (R. norvegicus) are the aggressive, omnivorous animals commonly associated with the name. They prefer areas of human habitation, where they can easily find food. They have keen senses and can climb, jump, burrow, or gnaw their way into seemingly inaccessible places. They reproduce extremely rapidly (up to 150 offspring a year) and have few natural predators. Rats transmit numerous human diseases and have often destroyed grain supplies. The black rat is about 8 in. (20 cm) long, excluding the slightly longer tail. The Norway rat (also called the brown, barn, sewer, or wharf rat) has proportionately smaller ears and a shorter tail. Laboratory rats are strains of the Norway rat. The name rat is applied, without scientific basis, to other rodents (e.g., kangaroo rat, wood rat). kangaroo rat rat snake wood rat pack rat
If someone rats on you, they tell someone in authority about things that you have done, especially bad things. They were accused of encouraging children to rat on their parents
A rat is an animal which has a long tail and looks like a large mouse. This was demonstrated in a laboratory experiment with rats
One who informs on rule-breakers, often traitorously or hypocritically, and often in hopes of personal advancement
to betray someone and tell their secret to an authority or an enemy; to turn someone in
green
take the place of work of someone on strike
Remote Administration Tool is a tool for controlling remote machines Using these tools, the remote IP address and a port number, any machine can connect and control the remote machine
advice
(Fuel Fax) Remote Access terminal
give away information about somebody; "He told on his classmate who had cheated on the exam"
employ scabs or strike breakers in
disapproval If you call someone a rat, you mean that you are angry with them or dislike them, often because they have cheated you or betrayed you. What did you do with the gun you took from that little rat Turner?
To catch or kill rats
rat bike
A motorcycle maintained at the lowest possible cost and which is usually painted black
rat kangaroo
Any of several small marsupials, of the family Potoroidae, from coastal Australia
rat on
To tattle, squeal
rat race
An activity or situation which is congested with participants and which is hectic or tedious, especially in the context of a busy, modern urban lifestyle

a 1950s-ish town, keeping a sense of community far from the superhighway rat race.

rat rod
A style of hot rod or custom car that imitates or exaggerates the hot rods of the 1940s, 1950s, and 1960s. It is distinct from the "traditional" hot rod, which is an accurate re-creation or period-correct restoration of a hot rod from the same era
rat rods
plural form of rat rod
rat run
A small road that people venture down when they want to sneak off the motorway and take a short cut
rat run
To drive through residential streets to avoid congestion on the main roads
rat runner
A motorist who drives through residential streets to avoid traffic congestion on the main roads
rat running
Present participle of rat run
rat trap
A type of bicycle pedal made of metal with no rubber
rat trap
A device used for capturing rats
rat traps
plural form of rat trap
rat-a-tat-tat
A series of short, sharp taps, especially made by knocking on a door, beating a drum, or firing an automatic weapon
rat-arsed
Extremely drunk

I got completely rat-arsed last night, and ended up tied naked to a lamp post. I'm not going to do that again.

rat-tat-tat
The sound made by knocking on a door with a hard object (such as a door knocker)
rat-tat-tat
The sound made by firing an automatic machine gun
rat race
If you talk about getting out of the rat race, you mean leaving a job or way of life in which people compete aggressively with each other to be successful. I had to get out of the rat race and take a look at the real world again. A difficult, tiring, often competitive activity or routine. the unpleasant situation experienced by people working in big cities, when they continuously compete for success and have a lot of stress in their lives get out of/quit the rat race
rat race
race to the top, race to be the best
rat arsed
(deyim) Extremely drunk
rat-arsed
(deyim) Ayyaş, küfelik
Rat Islands
A group of islands in the western Aleutian Islands of southwest Alaska. Kiska and Rat Island are included in the group
Rat Pack
{i} group of entertainers who were very active between the mid 1950s and mid 1960s (the group included Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr., Dean Martin, Peter Lawford and Joey Bishop)
rat cheese
Cheddar
rat kangaroo
any of several rabbit-sized rat-like Australian kangaroos
rat on someone
(Slang) inform on a person, betray someone
rat pack
disapproval People sometimes refer to the group of journalists and photographers who follow famous people around as the rat pack, especially when they think that their behaviour is unacceptable. A closely knit group of people sharing interests
rat poison
material which is specially created so as to kill rats and other rodents
rat race
an exhausting routine that leaves no time for relaxation
rat run
A rat run is a small street which drivers use during busy times in order to avoid heavy traffic on the main roads. a quiet street that drivers use as a quick way of getting to a place, rather than using a main road
rat snake
Any of several nonvenomous snakes of the genus Elaphe that eat rats and other rodents. Also called chicken snake. Any of 40-55 snake species in the genus Elaphe (family Colubridae) and similar forms, found in woodlands and barnyards in North America, Europe, and Asia. Nonvenomous, they kill rats and mice by constriction, and also eat eggs and poultry. Some hunt birds in trees. These egg-laying snakes are normally slow and docile, but in self-defense they vibrate the tail, discharge a foul liquid, and strike from an upreared position. The black rat, or pilot black, snake (E. obsoleta obsoleta) of the eastern U.S. may exceed 8 ft (2.5 m)
rat snake
any of various nonvenomous rodent-eating snakes of North America and Asia
rat terrier
any of several breeds of terrier developed to catch rats
rat's nest
A place of great clutter or disorder
rat-a-tat
a series of short sharp taps (as made by strokes on a drum or knocks on a door)
rat-a-tat
You use rat-a-tat to represent a series of sharp, repeated sounds, for example the sound of someone knocking at a door. the rat-a-tat at the door. the sound of knocking, especially on a door (From the sound)
rat-a-tat-tat
a series of short sharp taps (as made by strokes on a drum or knocks on a door)
rat-catcher
a workman employed to destroy or drive away vermin
rat-tail file
a thin round file shaped like the tail of a rat
rat-tat
a series of short sharp taps (as made by strokes on a drum or knocks on a door)
Asian black rat
An alternative term for the black rat
C-rat
C-ration
Himalayan field rat
A rat that lives in the Himalayas and southeast Asia; taxonomic name Rattus nitidus
Laotian rock rat
A rodent species of the Khammouan region of Laos, scientific name Laonastes aenigmamus, first described in 2005
Norway rat
An alternative term for the brown rat
Norwegian rat
An alternative term for the brown rat
brass rat
A class ring bearing the image of a beaver, worn by graduates of MIT. See MIT class ring
common rat
An alternative term for the brown rat
desert rat
A jerboa, including species such as Jaculus orientalis and the Lesser Egyptian Jerboa Jaculus jaculus, which inhabit the desert regions of North Africa
desert rat
A British or Australian soldier who served in North Africa with the British 7th Armoured Division in 1941-42
flying rat
a rock pigeon living in an urban environment
give a rat's arse
To care, to have or to show an interest

I just don't give a rat's arse!.

gym rat
A person who spends an unusually large amount of time at a gym

For the average gym rat, Anthony recommends being wary of longer-than-necessary rest periods.

hood rat
A poor, ghetto inner-city dweller, especially who dresses, speaks, and associates with the urban or hip-hop culture

It is true. Carmen is an official gold digger. In fact, she is an instructor at the school of gold digging. Hood rats have been clocking her style for years. Wanting to pull the players she pulled, and wishing they had the looks she had.

house rat
An alternative term for the black rat
kangaroo rat
Any of many different species of rodent that moves about by hopping
love rat
An adulterer; a two-timer; somebody who has an affair whilst in a relationship
mall rat
Someone who frequently loiters in a shopping mall
mole rat
Any of several small rodents in taxonomic families Bathyergidae and Spalacidae
pack rat
A scavenger
pack rat
Any of several small North American rodents, of the genus Neotoma, that have bushy tails
pack-rat
Alternative spelling of pack rat
ratlike
In a ratlike way
ratlike
Similar to a rat
ratlike
Similar to that of a rat; as, a ratlike face, ratlike cunning
rats
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of rat
rats
plural form of rat
ratted
intoxicated
ratted
Simple past tense and past participle of rat
rice rat
a rat, Oryzomys palustris, found in rice fields and grassy marshes of Mexico and the southern United States
ring rat
A promiscuous person, often a young female, who attends professional wrestling events primarily to seek sexual liaisons with wrestlers and other performers
river rat
A rat that lives on or along a river
river rat
A lower-class person living on or along a river
river rat
A poker player that wins a Texas Hold'em hand by making the winning hand on the river card
roof rat
An alternative term for the black rat
rug rat
usually a little child, up to the age of six years

Anna? You've had another rug rat?.

ship rat
An alternative term for the black rat
smell a rat
To sense something suspicious

Mr. Gresham, when he heard this, thought that he began to smell a rat, and was determined to be on his guard.

tree rat
A squirrel
tunnel rat
A nickname for a soldier trained to enter enemy enclosed spaces like tunnel systems to search them and eliminate and/or capture any occupants
water rat
a person fond of water sports
water rat
a member of the Water Police
water rat
any of various rodents from Florida and southern Georgia, especially Neofiber alleni; the muskrat
water rat
a petty thief or waterfront ruffian
water rat
the Eurasian water vole
wharf rat
An alternative term for the brown rat
winter rat
An old, unattractive automobile, purchased for little money, to be driven during brutal Great Lakes winters while the owner's "good" car remains garaged and protected from corrosive road salt for the season
look like adrowned rat
(Ev ile ilgili) Be very wet , especially because you have been in heavy rain
hood rat
(slang) Someone who has sex with everyone in the "hood" or neighbourhood; the term is linked to the culture of the American ghettos and to hip-hop culture. A hood rat is an often poor woman who engages in sexual activity like a prostitute, but without charge and without being coerced
tree rat
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) An arboreal rat
tree rat
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) (colloq.) the grey squirrel
tree rat
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) W. Indies = HUTIA
Norway rat
The common domestic rat (Rattus norvegicus), which is highly destructive and found worldwide, especially in populated areas. Also called brown rat
bandicoot rat
burrowing scaly-tailed rat of India and Ceylon
beaver rat
amphibious rat of Australia and New Guinea
black rat
common household pest originally from Asia that has spread worldwide
black rat snake
A North American blacksnake (Elaphe obsoleta) that resembles the black racer
black rat snake
large harmless shiny black North American snake
brown rat
common domestic rat; serious pest worldwide
cotton rat
destructive long-haired burrowing rat of southern North America and Central America
damaraland mole rat
colonial mole rat of western Africa; similar to naked mole rat
desert rat
kangaroo rat: any of various leaping rodents of desert regions of North America and Mexico; largest members of the family Heteromyidae
gym rat
someone who spends all leisure time playing sports or working out in a gymnasium or health spa
indian rat snake
enter buildings in pursuit of prey
jerboa rat
large Australian rat with hind legs adapted for leaping
kangaroo rat
Any of various long-tailed rodents of the genus Dipodomys of arid areas of western North America, with long hind legs adapted for jumping. Any of about 25 species (genus Dipodomys, family Heteromyidae) of rodents that leap about on their hind legs; found in dry regions of North America. They have large heads, large eyes, short forelimbs, long hind limbs, and fur-lined external cheek pouches that open alongside the mouth. They are 4-6.5 in. (10-16 cm) long without the long tail, which usually ends in a furry tuft. They are pale buff to brown above and white below, with a white stripe on each hip. They forage by night for seeds, leaves, and other vegetation, carrying food in their cheek pouches to store in their burrows, but seldom drink water
kangaroo rat
any of various leaping rodents of desert regions of North America and Mexico; largest members of the family Heteromyidae
love rat
disapproval Journalists sometimes use love rat to refer to a man who treats his wife or girlfriend in a cruel way, especially by having sexual relationships with other women. the womanising of royal love rat James Hewitt
mall rat
disapproval Mall rats are young people who spend a lot of time hanging around in shopping malls with their friends. A person, especially a teenager or young adult, who frequently passes time wandering through shopping malls
mole rat
{i} bandicoot rat; furry tailless rodent with short limbs that resembles a mole in its appearance and behavior native of eastern Europe and Middle East
mole rat
furry short-limbed tailless rodent resembling a true mole in habits and appearance; of eastern Europe and Middle East African rodent resembling a mole in habits and appearance
naked mole rat
fetal-looking colonial rodent of east Africa; neither mole nor rat; they feed on tubers and have a social structure similar to that of honeybees and termites
opossum rat
terrestrial marsupials of southern South America that resemble shrews
ord kangaroo rat
most widely distributed kangaroo rat: plains and mountain areas of central and western United States
pack rat
someone who collects things that have been discarded by others
pack rat
any of several bushy-tailed rodents of the genus Neotoma of western North America; hoards food and other objects
pack rat
type of large mouse in North America that collects and hides things in its den; nickname for a person who collects useless objects
pack rat
someone who collects and stores things that they do not really need
pocket rat
any of various rodents with cheek pouches
ratlike
resembling or characteristic of a rat
rats
informal, third-person singular of rat
rats
plural of rat
rats
used to show annoyance
rats
Expression of annoyance; damn, darn
rats
{ü} darn!, rot!, shucks! (cry of disappointment or disgust)
ratted
past of rat
ratting
See Rat, v
ratting
The conduct or practices of one who rats
ratting
present participle of rat
ratting
to furnish incriminating evidence to an officer of the law (usually in return for favors)
ratting
The low sport of setting a dog upon rats confined in a pit to see how many he will kill in a given time
rice rat
hardy agile rat of grassy marshes of Mexico and the southeastern United States
rice rat
A hardy agile rat of the genus Oryzomys, found in rice fields and marshy areas of Mexico and the southern United States
sand rat
southern European gerbil small nearly naked African mole rat of desert areas
sea rat
The chimæra
sea rat
A pirate
sewer rat
brown rat commonly found in sewers
smell a rat
be suspicious of someone, feel someone is against a common cause
water rat
The beaver rat
water rat
water vole: common large Eurasian vole
water rat
{i} muskrat, large water rat (native to North America) that has a musky odor and whose light brown fur is harvested for commercial use in the fashion industry; one who enjoys being in water, water dog (Slang); criminal or hooligan who patronizes waterfront areas (Slang); pirate (Slang)
water rat
an animal like a big mouse that can swim and lives near water
water rat
water dog: a person who enjoys being in or on the water
water rat
any of various amphibious rats
water rat
The water vole
water rat
See under Beaver
water rat
The muskrat
water rat
A thief on the water; a pirate
water rat
See under Vole
wharf rat
someone who lives near wharves and lives by pilfering from ships or warehouses
wharf rat
brown rat that infests wharves
wharf rat
brown rat that infests wharves someone who lives near wharves and lives by pilfering from ships or warehouses
white rat
A domesticated albino variety of the Norway rat
wood rat
any of various small short-tailed rodents of the northern hemisphere having soft fur gray above and white below with well-furred tails and large ears; some are hosts for Ixodes pacificus and Ixodes scapularis (Lyme disease ticks)
wood rat
or pack rat Any of 22 species (genus Neotoma, family Cricetidae) of rodents that are nocturnal vegetarians of North and Central American deserts, forests, and mountains. Wood rats are buff, gray, or reddish brown, usually with white undersides and feet. They have large ears and are 9-19 in. (23-47 cm) long, including the 3-9-in. (8-24-cm) furry tail. The nest, up to 3 ft (1 m) across and usually built of twigs or cactus, is placed in a protected spot (e.g., under a rock ledge). Wood rats are sometimes called pack rats because they collect material to deposit in their dens
rat

    التركية النطق

    rät

    النطق

    /ˈrat/ /ˈræt/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'rat ] (noun.) before 12th century. From Middle English rat, rotte, from Old English ræt, from Proto-Germanic *rattaz, *ratō (cf. West Frisian rôt, Dutch rat, German dialect Ratz), from Proto-Indo-European *Hreh₃d- (“to scrape”) (cf. Welsh rhathu ‘to grate, rasp’, Latin rodō (“to gnaw”), rōstrum ‘beak, prow’, Middle Persian randītan ‘to scrape, smooth’, Sanskrit rádati ‘he gnaws, cuts’).

    رصف المشتركة

    rat race, rat out

    فيديوهات

    ... YOU'RE NOTHING BUT A SCRAWNY LITTLE SKATE RAT. ...

    كلمة اليوم

    llano
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