rasher

noun rash·er \ ˈra-shər \

Definition of rasher

: a thin slice of bacon or ham broiled or fried; also : a portion consisting of several such slices

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Origin and Etymology of rasher

perhaps from obsolete rash to cut, from Middle English rashen


RASHER Defined for English Language Learners

rasher

noun

Definition of rasher for English Language Learners

  • : a thin piece of bacon or ham



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