Knacker ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Knacker ( noun )

A person who buys horses or other animals that are no longer fit for work, and slaughters them for their meat and hides.

Origin:

The term "knacker" is derived from the german word "knacken" which means to crack or to break. it is used in the uk and ireland to refer to a person who buys horses or other animals that are no longer fit for work, and slaughters them for their meat and hides.

Examples:

  1. The knacker came to take the old horse away because it was no longer fit for work.
  2. The knacker paid a low price for the cow as it was near the end of its life.
  3. He made a living as a knacker, buying and slaughtering old horses for their meat.
  4. The knacker was known for his cruel treatment of the animals.
  5. The knacker's yard was a sad place, with piles of bones and hides.

(As a verb)

Knacker ( verb )

A person who buys horses or other animals that are no longer fit for work, and slaughters them for their meat and hides.

Origin:

The term "knacker" is derived from the german word "knacken" which means to crack or to break. it is used in the uk and ireland to refer to a person who buys horses or other animals that are no longer fit for work, and slaughters them for their meat and hides.

Examples:

  1. The knacker came to take the old horse away because it was no longer fit for work.
  2. The knacker paid a low price for the cow as it was near the end of its life.
  3. He made a living as a knacker, buying and slaughtering old horses for their meat.
  4. The knacker was known for his cruel treatment of the animals.
  5. The knacker's yard was a sad place, with piles of bones and hides.
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