Manchester terrier

noun a small terrier of a breed with a short black-and-tan coat.

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  • Manchester terrier — prop. n. A breed of short haired black and tan terrier developed in Manchester England. Syn: black and tan terrier. [WordNet 1.5] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Manchester terrier — n. any of a breed of terrier, orig. bred in Manchester, England, with a short, glossy coat, black with tan markings: the two varieties (standard and toy) differ mainly in size …   English World dictionary

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  • Manchester terrier — noun a breed of short haired rat terrier with a black and tan coat that was developed in Manchester, England • Syn: ↑black and tan terrier • Hypernyms: ↑rat terrier, ↑ratter • Hyponyms: ↑toy Manchester, ↑toy Manchester terrier …   Useful english dictionary

  • Manchester terrier — one of a breed of slender terriers having a short, glossy, black and tan coat, raised originally in Manchester, England. [1890 95] * * * ▪ breed of dog  breed of dog developed in England from the whippet, a racing dog, and the black and tan… …   Universalium

  • Manchester terrier — noun Etymology: Manchester, England Date: 1891 any of a breed of small short haired black and tan terriers developed in England …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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