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slang To talk. The term comes from rhyming slang in which "rabbit" is short for "rabbit and pork," which rhymes with "talk." Primarily heard in UK. What on earth is she rabbiting on about today? Good luck getting a word in today—Tom and Ted sure can rabbit.
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- breed like rabbits
- buy the rabbit
- go down the rabbit hole
- horse and rabbit stew
- if you chase two rabbits, you will not catch either one
- kill the rabbit
- let the dog see the rabbit
- like a rabbit (caught) in (the) headlights
- like a rabbit caught in the headlights
- pants rabbits
- pull a rabbit out of (one's)/the hat
- pull a rabbit out of a hat
- pull a rabbit out of a hat, to
- pull a rabbit out of the hat
- pull out of a hat
- pull something/a rabbit out of the hat
- rabbit food
- rabbit hole
- rabbit on
- rabbit punch
- rabbit, rabbit(, rabbit)
- the rabbit died
- work the rabbit's foot on
- work the rabbit's foot on (someone)