(Cambridge) A batch job that does little, if any, real work, but creates one or more copies of itself, breeding like rabbits.
Compare wabbit, fork bomb.
[rab-it-kil-er] /ˈræb ɪtˌkɪl ər/ noun, Australian. 1. a rabbit punch.
/ˈræbɪtˌəʊ/ noun 1. (Austral, informal) (formerly) an itinerant seller of rabbits for eating
noun 1. a short, sharp blow to the nape of the neck or the lower part of the skull. noun 1. a sharp blow to the back of the neck that can cause loss of consciousness or even death Also called (in Australia) rabbit killer noun A very quick punch, esp a short blow to […]
- Rabbit-proof fence
noun 1. noun any of the boundaries between the states of Australia; figuratively, a fence erected for the purpose of exclusion Examples The film follows the girls as they walk for weeks along 1,500 miles of the Australian rabbit-proof fence to return to their community. Word Origin 1881