Definition of rabbit and pork in US English:

rabbit and pork

(also rabbit an' pork)

noun

British
slang
  • Talk, conversation, chatter.

verb

British
slang
  • no object To talk, chatter.

Origin

1940s; earliest use found in Gerald Kersh (1911–1968). From rabbit + and + pork, rhyming slang for talk<br>1940s; earliest use found in Eric Partridge (1894–1979), lexicographer and etymologist. From rabbit and pork.

Pronunciation

rabbit and pork

/ˌrabɪt ən(d) ˈpɔːk/