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NOUN   a knacker | knackers
pelotas {} [vulg.] [testículos]knackers [Br.] [vulg.] [testicles]
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Translation for 'knackers' from English to Spanish

knackers [Br.] [vulg.] [testicles]
pelotas {} [vulg.] [testículos]
Usage Examples English
  • Then he came across a group of knackers who were skinning a horse while he was saying "God, please have pity on the poor soul."
  • The 'knackers crumpet' is a localised, common name referring to "Pluteus salicinus". Its use is most prominent in the North of England.
  • By-products of the British meat industry like bones from the knackers' yards were ground up or crushed and sold as fertiliser.
  • The manager comments "When I find out who did that I'll string him up by his knackers".
  • ", became well known for his frequent use of the term "Jacobs", for Jacob's Crackers, a rhyming slang term for knackers i.e.
  • Automotive junkyards, salvage yards or recyclers may also be referred to as "knackers' yards" or "knackers".
  • The Northamptons had a practice of granting leases on their properties to "house farmers", also known as "house knackers" or "house jobbers", who then subdivided the houses and let them on again in order to maximise returns.
  • More recently, "pikey" was applied to Irish Travellers (other slurs include "tinkers" and "knackers") and non-Romanichal travellers.
  • Mitchell runs Rainbow into the ground, having her beaten until nearly dead for the sin of having a mind of her own and an unshakable preference for Shannon, then sells her off to the knackers.
  • Johann Reichhart was born in Wichenbach near Wörth an der Donau into a family of Bavarian knackers and executioners, including his uncle Franz Xaver Reichhart and brother Michael, that went back eight generations [...] to the mid-eighteenth century.
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