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knackers — n pl British the testicles. Originally a dialect or rustic pronunciation of knockers (with the sense of clappers ), this is the form of the word which has predominated. In the 1950s and 1960s the word was often used in the form of an exclamation… … Contemporary slang
knackers* — 1. Testicles. 2. Excl., used in some abusive expressions, e.g. Knackers to that. I will have none of that … A concise dictionary of English slang
knackers — noun Testicles … Wiktionary
Knackers — male testicles … Dictionary of Australian slang
knackers — Australian Slang male testicles … English dialects glossary
knackers — n. (Slang) testicles knackÂ·er || nÃ¦kÉ™ n. seller of horse meat; person who slaughters horses; destroyer of shaky structures; old sick horse … English contemporary dictionary
knackers — the testicles A knack was a toy or small object, made by a knacker, whence a saddler, who bought old or dead beasts for their hides, whence his modern counterpart who disposes of dead cattle. The use may come from the meaning small objects… … How not to say what you mean: A dictionary of euphemisms
knackers — vulgar slang testicles. → knacker … English new terms dictionary
knackers (!) — Noun. The testicles. Exclam. An exclamation of disagreement or annoyance … English slang and colloquialisms
KNACKERS — … Useful english dictionary