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butcher 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/ˈbo͝oCHər/,
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butchers, plural;
  1. Slaughter or cut up (an animal) for food
    • - the meat will be butchered for the local market
  2. Kill (someone) brutally
    • - they butchered 250 people
  3. Ruin (something) deliberately or through incompetence
    • - the film was butchered by the studio that released it
Noun
  1. A person whose trade is cutting up and selling meat in a shop

  2. A person who slaughters and cuts up animals for food
    • - a pork butcher
  3. A person who kills or has people killed indiscriminately or brutally
    • - a callous butcher of men
  4. A person selling refreshments, newspapers, and other items on a train or in a stadium or theater


  1. a retailer of meat
  2. kill (animals) usually for food consumption; "They slaughtered their only goat to survive the winter"
  3. a brutal indiscriminate murderer
  4. a person who slaughters or dresses meat for market
  5. bungler: someone who makes mistakes because of incompetence
  6. A butcher is a person who may slaughter animals, dress their flesh, sell their meat or any combination of these three tasks.http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/butcher They may prepare standard cuts of meat, poultry, fish and shellfish for sale in retail or wholesale food establishments. ...
  7. Butcher (full name and dates of birth and death unknown) was an English cricketer.
  8. Butcher is a common family name in England but it may have French origins. The name first reached England following its conquest by the Normans in 1066. It was originally an occupational surname used to identify a person who worked as a Butcher. ...
  9. Butcher (dates unknown) refers to an English cricketer who was one of the most outstanding professional bowlers of the late 18th century. No personal details have been traced and knowledge of him is limited to what is in match reports and scorecards.
  10. The Butcher is a 2009 Action film starring Eric Roberts and Keith David.
  11. The Butcher (Le Boucher) is a 1970 French thriller film written and directed by Claude Chabrol.
  12. A person who prepares and sells meat (and sometimes also slaughters the animals); A brutal or indiscriminate killer; A look; A person who sells candy, drinks, etc. in theatres, trains, circuses , etc. ...
  13. (Butchers) Crook or look. From butcher s hook.
  14. To see them slaughtering cattle and much blood, you may expect long and fatal sickness in your family. To see a butcher cutting meat, your character will be dissected by society to your detriment. Beware of writing letters or documents.
  15. A carnie that will take every penny from a mark by confusing him and then forcing him to pay
  16. a person that works with meat. They cut the meat and sell it in their shop.
  17. A person who prepares and cuts meat in preparation for sale. Local grocers and meat markets employ butchers. Before preparing beef jerky, consider consulting a butcher to help you select the best cut of meat for your recipe.
  18. a small glass of beer, or a short beer, from the earlier practise of workers and tradesmen drinking a quick beer during a break from their job
  19. A demon named the Butcher. He must frequently be slain so that our souls may finally rest. A fan of fresh meat.
  20. means any person or company or firm in possession of or required to be in possession of a butcher’s licence issued in terms of the relevant Act;
  21. butchers meats, poultry and sometimes fish. May also be responsible for breading meats and fish
  22. A concessionaire who sells his/her wares by carrying them into the audience.
  23. An old term for a rider with excessively heavy and rough hands, also termed ‘Mutton-fisted’.
  24. [b???r] – 1. (n) a rider who is constantly breaking parts of their bicycle. “Did Joe just break another wheel? That guy is such a butcher.” 2. (n) a nickname referring to Joe Kawalski.
  25. 100 ml beer in South Australia