Meaning of rearer in English:


Pronunciation /ˈrɪərə/


See rear

‘All over the country today there is growing resistance by poor livestock rearers to ‘regeneration programmes ‘that are forcing them off the land and forcing them out of their livelihood.’’
  • ‘As all mums will vouch, having children fills you with paranoia - in my experience men are more laid-back child rearers.’
  • ‘And the men who complain about women having ‘choices’ always forget that we are also the childbearers and rearers.’
  • ‘A sizeable number of cattle rearers besides officers of the department attended the camp, presided over by the Chief Animal Husbandry officer, Varmul.’
  • ‘A thousand calves have been supplied to contract rearers through the dairy bull beef scheme, a joint initiative launched by the Welsh Meat Company and the Wynnstay Group in January.’