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1.
To digress in an extensive way. To divert the conversation to a topic that is not only unrelated to the topic at hand, but a topic that will likely have no immediate resolution either.
That's an interesting discussion, but let's stay on track and not go down a rat-hole.
Por The Colonel 18 de julio de 2003
 
2.
A place where you put some money to save that no one knows about.
father to son...... Son, you better rat hole some money.
Por steven algren 28 de diciembre de 2008
 
3.
Made famous by the TWIT podcast Macbreak Weekly, a rat hole is when a discussion follows a constant tangent and ends up with a topic that has nothing to do with the original discussion.
That discussion of Macs which changed into a discussion of classical music was quite the rat hole.
Por Steven Legault 21 de enero de 2008
 
4.
A topic of conversation that has diverted wildly from the original conversational thread and is generally viewed by all (but the one leading the topic) as being without resolution, or at the very least is uninteresting to others in the group. Ratholes usually open up when related but tangential topics are discussed which are explored in much more detail than is required for the relational reference to the original thread.
I was trying to keep things on topic, but you've opened up a big rathole with all this talk of comic book plot twists.
Por Stark Raven Mad 02 de agosto de 2007
 
5.
Ratholing can take the form of scamming someone or just generally handing them a bad beat. A rathole can also be an income account in the world of accounting and finance.
Debit Magic Online Inventory, Credit Rathole
Por BoddyT 06 de agosto de 2011
 
6.
A dirty, dingy room, or apartment.
Why don't you clean this rat-hole up?
Por Rod Brock 14 de mayo de 2006
 
7.
A person or thing acting in an annoying manner.
My sister was being a rat hole because she wouldn't stop singing.
Por 10532067 19 de octubre de 2011