Meaning of filcher in English:


Pronunciation /ˈfɪltʃə/



See filch

‘The unscrupulous filchers of this technology then intend to sell the chip back to interested US arms companies - or worse, to the highest bidder.’
  • ‘Then there's my 83-year-old cousin, whose stock-in-trade is a trick that he plays with a scrub jay that nests in the area, a garbage filcher named JJ.’
  • ‘I am a food-filcher.’
  • ‘Now, filchers consider theft an art form, and with the kind of skill they display, it might as well be.’
  • ‘Wow, I haven't even had my morning coffee yet and already I'm a "filcher"?’