Quit and Rat

Quit

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Quit verb – To give up (a job or office).
Rat and quit are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Rat" instead a verb "Quit".
Nearby Words: quitting, quitter, quits, quitted
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Rat

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Rat verb – Catch rats, especially with dogs.
Quit and rat are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Quit" instead a verb "Rat".
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  • Western Animation / Ratatouille Rousing Speech: Subverted when Linguini reveals Rémy to the rest of the kitchen and tells them that if they have faith in this rat's culinary genius, they will all have a glorious future; they all promptly quit.
  • Series / Life Turn in Your Badge: Karen Davis really wants Charlie sacked, and she pulls all kinds of gambits in season one (including trying to get Reese to rat on him) in order to either get him to quit or be sacked for screwing up.
    Source: Series / Life
  • Epunymous Title The Good Life is a British series bout a couple named Tom and Barbara Good, who quit the rat race and start a farm in their garden to simplify their lives.
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