Brattle


Brattle

infobox UK place
country = England
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latitude= 51.06
longitude=00.76
official_name =Brattle
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shire_county= Kent
region= South East England
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os_grid_reference= TQ9433

Brattle is one of the settlements making up the large village of Woodchurch in Kent, England. It is situated at the southern appex of the triangle of roads which are the main village.


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  • brattle — [brat′ l] n., vi. brattled, brattling [echoic] Scot. rattle or clatter …   English World dictionary

  • brattle — I. noun Etymology: probably imitative Date: circa 1500 chiefly Scottish clatter, scamper II. intransitive verb (brattled; brattling) Date: 1513 chiefly Scottish to make a clattering or rattling sound …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • brattle — /brat l/, n., v., brattled, brattling. n. 1. a clattering noise. v.i. 2. to scamper noisily. [1495 1505; imit; see RATTLE1] * * * …   Universalium

  • brattle — verb /ˈbrætəl/ To rattle; to make a scampering noise ,1972: Him too I hate, the same as I hate these brainless budding trees, these brattling birds. John Gardner, Grendel (London 1972, p. 6) …   Wiktionary

  • brattle — North Country (Newcastle) Words to make a clattering noise, a clap of thunder …   English dialects glossary

  • brattle — (Roget s Thesaurus II) verb To make or cause to make a succession of short, sharp sounds: chatter, clack, clatter, rattle. See SOUNDS …   English dictionary for students

  • brattle — n. rattling sound v. produce a rattling sound …   English contemporary dictionary

  • brattle — brat·tle …   English syllables

  • brattle — brat•tle [[t]ˈbræt l[/t]] n. v. tled, tling 1) a clattering noise 2) to scamper noisily • Etymology: 1495–1505; imit; cf. rattle …   From formal English to slang

  • brattle — verb make a rattling sound clattering dishes • Syn: ↑clatter, ↑clack • Derivationally related forms: ↑clack (for: ↑clack), ↑clatter ( …   Useful english dictionary