a retailer of meat
a brutal indiscriminate murderer
a person who slaughters or dresses meat for market
bungler, blunderer, fumbler, bumbler, stumbler, sad sack, botcher, butcher, fuckupverb
someone who makes mistakes because of incompetence
kill (animals) usually for food consumption
"They slaughtered their only goat to survive the winter"
A person who prepares and sells meat (and sometimes also slaughters the animals).
A brutal or indiscriminate killer.
Weyler was referred to as a "Butcher" by yellow journalists.
(Cockney rhyming slang, via butcher's hook) A look.
A person who sells candy, drinks, etc. in theatres, trains, circuses , etc. (old, informal).
To slaughter animals and prepare meat for market.
To kill brutally.
To ruin something, often to the point of defamation.
The band at that bar really butchered "Hotel California".
for a butcher.
one who slaughters animals, or dresses their flesh for market; one whose occupation it is to kill animals for food
a slaughterer; one who kills in large numbers, or with unusual cruelty; one who causes needless loss of life, as in battle
to kill or slaughter (animals) for food, or for market; as, to butcher hogs
to murder, or kill, especially in an unusually bloody or barbarous manner
A butcher is a person who may slaughter animals, dress their flesh, sell their meat or do any combination of these three tasks. They may prepare standard cuts of meat, poultry, fish, and shellfish for sale in retail or wholesale food establishments. A butcher may be employed by supermarkets, grocery stores, butcher shops and fish markets or may be self-employed. An ancient trade, whose duties may date back to the domestication of livestock, butchers formed guilds in England as far back as 1272. Today, many jurisdictions offer trade certifications for butchers. Some areas expect a three-year apprenticeship followed by the option of becoming a master butcher.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
booch′ėr, n. one whose business is to slaughter animals for food: one who delights in bloody deeds.—v.t. to slaughter animals for food: to put to a bloody death, to kill cruelly: (fig.) to spoil anything, as a bad actor or the like.—ns. Butch′er-bird, a shrike; Butch′ering, Butch′ing, the act of killing for food, or cruelly.—adv. Butch′erly, butcher-like, cruel, murderous.—ns. Butch′er-meat, Butch′er's-meat, the flesh of animals slaughtered by butchers, as distinguished from fish, fowls, and game; Butch′er's-broom, a genus of plants of the lily order, the common one being an evergreen shrub, a bunch of which is used by butchers for sweeping their blocks; Butch′ery, great or cruel slaughter: a slaughter-house or shambles. [O. Fr. bochier, bouchier, one who kills he-goats—boc, a he-goat; allied to Eng. Buck.]
The numerical value of Butcher in Chaldean Numerology is: 9
The numerical value of Butcher in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5
1. The world is a toilet bowl where everyone shits with their egoism, and someone from above presses the drain button around the clock, and flushes a huge number of people into the toilet, those who cannot be drained will survive. 2. 1. Here people can see the universe, inside a black hole in the space of passions. Chronosphere of a quantum leap of feelings from all lives. As if inside reincarnation and you see everything that was, all that you have is the past. The range of feelings that you have felt in all your lives. A palette of memories. It takes you to another universe. Into a new life. Bright colors of nostalgia, this is the wealth of the past. Warm tones where we felt good and cold tones where we felt bad. All this becomes unimportant when you become a spectator. Art gallery of all portraits of personalities with high acting. Life is a masterpiece when there are relatives. Eternity is romance. Through the time and space of the timing of life, we rush forward. 2. Natural selection and evolution by typing, and by pull. Love couples are formed by typing, success and good luck are obtained by typing. 3. 1. Genetics is the butcher of fate, everything here consists of errors. Time forms in a person a masterpiece of the quantum deformation of reality. 2. Art is the empathy of associations. 3. Real life is silence without thoughts, without dreams, without illusions. This is existence in reality. 4. Life is a meditation of romance, and a meditation of reality. Quantum vision through the thickness of the times of paradoxical lies. 5. Nature is the spiritual aesthetics of awareness. 3. 1. We live in an existential abstraction, a paradoxical illusion. The world is the result of the ugly imagination of selfishness. 2. Synesthesia of catharsis, forms the empathy of associations. It distorts reality and forms a simulacrum of reality, forms a gene transmutation of the chimera of thinking. 3. Replicants of our world, they think literally. 4. Lyrical jazz of life, pierces infinity, the world of people is the existential bottom of illusions, the utopia of hedonism of desires and temptations, like a meat grinder of thoughts, it destroys you so that you plunge into oblivion of emptiness. A world in which the design of the illusion is constantly changing. 5. The cold snow of reality, will cover with a blanket of humility, cool the warmth of sorrow and sadness with insensibility. 4. 1. Loving a mercantile woman is like loving a matrix machine. A machine cannot love only to consume. 2. We expect something from life, looking like a spectator like a prisoner. We are serving our term. Our consciousness is aging, and the subconscious is becoming richer in paradoxes. What life consists of soft notes or rough notes. It is sensual tenderness in hope. Life is an expectation of the realization of meaning in life. We peer into the world in which we build ourselves gigantic problems out of lies. We shape the world from lies. This is our main building material. Consciousness pierces the infinity of nonsense in reincarnation. The darkness of the emptiness of the past as a great canalization of the paradoxes of the subconscious. We mostly act unconsciously. 1. Form yourself Body like children's plasticine, become such a man so that girls and women have a natural fire between their legs, so that trousers are on fire with excitement. The same applies to girls, the more your shape, that is, the bait you are more likely to get married. 2. Cybernetics of etiquette The danger is that the robotization of the formal hypocrisy of the selfish world is developing. The cybernetics of selfish etiquette, where one will unlearn compassion and even cry, everyone will only smile politely while committing an unconscious sin that is the result of hopeless despair. 3. Around you there are a lot of ironic gifts in which there may be a hypocritical sarcasm of approval. Gifts of Fate and they all tick and only a few of them will not explode and cripple you. Be sure to save those that talk about your family and children. 4. Wild anger enveloped in chains of patience, red-hot with the fire of rage. Abstinence is the highest human feeling. You must live a life without anger, shackling him in the arms of nobility and love, and then the hellish flame of anger will turn into a steel of peace. Anger is painful because it is a delusion devoid of any sense of justice, it does not give you respect or a sense of satisfaction from justice, only a contemptible shame in front of higher powers. Anger is an unnecessary feeling of the mind and heart, it is a fire that burns the soul and defiles memory. Anger is the product of new grievances, dramas, and tragedies. Live only one life without anger, and the vicious circle of self-deception, the wheel of samsara and reincarnation of déjà vu, the whole life as an inadequate sleep will stop, and you will wake up in paradise, the same life will stop repeating itself. 5. Cyber Animatronics In all this cyber illusion of the human world, the animatronic work ethic needs to be lubricated with the machine oil of the humanity of empathy. Author: Musin Almat Zhumabekovich
Tommy You can take a good look at a T-bone by sticking your head up a bull's ass, but wouldn't you rather take the butcher's word for it
In order to be able to use animal resources, they needed to have tools in order to cut and butcher.
'Butcher' seemed a very appropriate way to get that into the minds of people.
What it comes down to is this: the grocer, the butcher, the baker, the merchant, the landlord, the druggist, the liquor dealer, the policeman, the doctor, the city father and the politician—these are the people who make money out of prostitution.
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- قصاب, جزارArabic
- месар, касапин, убивамBulgarian
- carnissera, carnisserCatalan, Valencian
- porážet, řezníkCzech
- niedermetzeln, Schlachter, Fleischer, Metzger, schlachtenGerman
- σφάζω, μακελεύω, σφαγέας, κατακρεουργώ, χασάπης, σφαγιάζω, καταστρέφωGreek
- carnear, carnicera, matar, carnicero, masacrarSpanish
- odolzale, harakinBasque
- lihakauppias, teurastaa, teurastaja, tuhota, pilata, lihanleikkaaja, leikataFinnish
- bouchère, abattre, boucher, charcuterFrench
- búistéir, feolaireIrish
- feòladairScottish Gaelic
- mozgóárus, leöl, hentes, mészáros, levágHungarian
- tukang daging, menjagal, jagalIndonesian
- rovinare, massacrare, macellaio, macellareItalian
- 屠殺, 肉屋Japanese
- დაკვლა, ყასაბიGeorgian
- serjêker, qesabKurdish
- lanius, macellariusLatin
- miesniece, kaut, miesnieksLatvian
- касапи, касап, коле, колач, месарMacedonian
- biċċier, biċċieraMaltese
- slager, slachten, slachter, beenhouwerDutch
- slakter, slakteNorwegian
- náʼáłʼahNavajo, Navaho
- rzeźnik, rujnować, masakrować, masarzPolish
- talhante, cortar, açougueira, abater, açougueiro, trucidar, talhar, massacrarPortuguese
- bacher, batger, mazlerRomansh
- omorî, măcelar, tăia, măcelăriRomanian
- mesar, месарSerbo-Croatian
- stycka, charkuterist, slakta, slaktare, styckareSwedish
- قصائی, قصابUrdu
- người hàng thịtVietnamese
- miticöpön, mipugan, mitihicöpan, miticöpan, mipugön, mitijicöpanVolapük
- manguinresse, mangon, botchresse, botchîWalloon
- קצבֿים, קצבֿYiddish
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