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rat on

verb

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  1. 1 to give information (as to the authorities) about another's improper or unlawful activities how much—or how little—did the fuzz have to pay you to rat on us? Synonyms of rat on fink, grass (on) [British slang], inform, squeal (on), sing, snitch, split (on) [British], squeak, talk, tell (on)Words Related to rat on betray, give away, turn in; backstab, cross, double-cross, sell (out), two-time; blab, tattle; tip (off)

  2. 2 to leave (a cause or party) often in order to take up another many party operatives ratted on the senator's candidacy once her poll numbers started to slip Synonyms of rat on desert, defect (on)Words Related to rat on abandon, abdicate, abjure, apostatize, cut off, disown, forsake, quit, reject, renounce, repudiate, spurn; renege; depart, go, leave, withdrawNear Antonyms of rat on adhere (to), cling (to), stick (to or with); cherish, cultivate, foster


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