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cradle-snatchernoun [C]

uk   /ˈkreɪ.dəlˌsnætʃ.ər/ us   /ˈkreɪ.dəlˌsnætʃ.ɚ/ UK humorous or disapproving US cradle-robber
a person whose sexual partner is much younger than they are
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