Definition of rearer in English:

rearer

noun

  • See rear

    • ‘And the men who complain about women having ‘choices’ always forget that we are also the childbearers and rearers.’
    • ‘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.’
    • ‘As all mums will vouch, having children fills you with paranoia - in my experience men are more laid-back child rearers.’
    • ‘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.’’
    • ‘A sizeable number of cattle rearers besides officers of the department attended the camp, presided over by the Chief Animal Husbandry officer, Varmul.’

Pronunciation

rearer

/ˈrɪərə/