Definition of ratshit in English:



vulgar slangAustralian, New Zealand
  • Of no worth or value; useless.

    • ‘The only thing is the plot has gone to ratshit.’
    • ‘I couldn't care less about your business here—you are not the only patient we look after—and I care even less about your ratshit attitude.’
    • ‘He surmised that it is all very well to be cosmopolitan and easy, but today I feel ratshit.’
    • ‘Even though my balance is ratshit, I was able to sit there with my left foot planted somewhere while we cruised down the coast and into the city popping the odd wheelie.’
    • ‘That plan hasn't gone to ratshit yet, as far as I know, so they must be doing something right.’
    • ‘My eyes are ratshit and the doc reckoned it was the smokes that did that.’
    • ‘The genius part about it is that the celebs are so b-list that it wouldn't matter if they were in on it or not; their credibility is pretty ratshit anyway.’
    • ‘If you want a list of all the comics on there that are utter and complete ratshit, just click on these underlined words here.’
    • ‘In the second half it all went to ratshit, but there's only so much a manager can do at half-time, and not much at all once the second half is under way.’
    • ‘The ethics is bloody ratshit but you'd be silly to leave other than with a redundancy.’