catcher definition

  • noun:
    • one which catches, particularly the baseball player positioned behind home dish who signals for and receives pitches.
    • some one or something that grabs.
    • the gamer that leg squats behind residence plate and receives the pitches from pitcher
    • (colloquial) The submissive partner in a homosexual relationship or sexual encounter between two males.
    • a person who, or what, captures.
    • the ball player which appears behind the batsman to capture the basketball.
    • A chaser; a hunter.
    • a person who catches; that which grabs, or perhaps in which everything is caught.
    • Specifically— In base-ball and similar games, the gamer whom stands behind the bat or home-base to capture the baseball when pitched. See base-ball. In mining: An arrangement to stop overwinding, or increasing the cage way too high since it arrives associated with the shaft. Also, in Leicestershire, England, roughly the same as cage-shuts (which see). Overall, any arrangement in the lips regarding the shaft, or from the pump, in the form of which accidents can be avoided in case part of the machinery provides means. plural In ornithology, the raptorial wild birds, or birds of prey: a term translating Captantes, among the brands for the order.
    • One who sings captures.
    • the career on a baseball staff of this player who is stationed behind house dish and who grabs the balls that pitcher tosses
    • (baseball) the one who plays the career of catcher

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