Trout vs Racer - What's the difference?

trout | racer |


As nouns the difference between trout and racer

is that trout is any of several species of fish in salmonidae, closely related to salmon, and distinguished by spawning more than once while racer is someone who takes part in a race.

As a verb trout

is to (figuratively) slap someone with a slimy, stinky, wet trout ; to admonish jocularly.

trout

English

Noun

(wikipedia trout) (en-noun)
  • Any of several species of fish in Salmonidae, closely related to salmon, and distinguished by spawning more than once.
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  • An elderly woman of dubious sensibilities.
  • Derived terms

    * brown trout * rainbow trout * salmon trout * Sevan trout

    Verb

    (en verb)
  • To (figuratively) slap someone with a slimy, stinky, wet trout ; to admonish jocularly.
  • racer

    English

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • Someone who takes part in a race.
  • A racehorse.
  • An animal known for its fast speed, or suitable for racing; applied especially to a number of North American snakes, certain kinds of lake trout, etc.
  • A vehicle or other device used for racing.
  • Anagrams

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