- get|ter «GEHT uhr», noun.1. a person who gets.2. a chemically active substance, such as magnesium, ignited in a vacuum tube to remove any remaining gases.3. U.S. a device for killing destructive animals: »
A “getter,” designed primarily to kill coyotes, is a cyanide device with a scented wick. It is stuck in the ground, and it injects cyanide into the mouth of any animal that tugs at the wick (New Yorker).
Useful english dictionary. 2012.
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