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thatcher

[ thach-er ]
/ ˈθætʃ ər /
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noun
a person who thatches.
a rake or other tool designed to remove thatch from a lawn.
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Origin of thatcher

1400–50; late Middle English. See thatch, -er1

Other definitions for thatcher (2 of 2)

Thatcher
[ thach-er ]
/ ˈθætʃ ər /

noun
Margaret (Hilda), 1925–2013, British political leader: prime minister 1979–90.
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British Dictionary definitions for thatcher

Thatcher
/ (ˈθætʃə) /

noun
Margaret (Hilda), Baroness (née Roberts). 1925–2013, British stateswoman; leader of the Conservative Party (1975–90); prime minister (1979–90)
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