Definition of 'rapper'

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Which gangsta rapper did he go to see and how did he avoid punishment? Times, Sunday Times (2009)Sounds like the rapper is finding an excuse to pay the clubs more visits. The Sun (2012)But at least the rapper and singer mix it up and take in various places across the world. The Sun (2012)Makes me look a gangsta rapper! The Sun (2008)The N-DUBZ rapper and producer hopes people will still be listening to the album in five years. The Sun (2011)They had the swagger of American rappers but they came from down the road. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It's like something a rapper would wear. Times, Sunday Times (2008) British rappers and comedy haven't mixed too well in the past. The Sun (2010)I only really want to work with producers or rappers. The Sun (2013)The rapper and producer said: 'He hit me up the other day. The Sun (2016)To this lot, Baden-Baden probably sounds like a rapper. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Here is a British rapper's take on the subject. The Sun (2012)

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Translations for 'rapper'

British English: rapper NOUN
A rapper is a person who performs rap music.
He's a singer and a talented rapper.
  • American English: rapper
  • Brazilian Portuguese: rapper
  • Chinese: 说唱乐手
  • European Spanish: rapero
  • French: rappeur
  • German: Rapper
  • Italian: rapper
  • Japanese: ラップ歌手
  • Korean: 래퍼
  • European Portuguese: rapper
  • Spanish: rapero


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