Learn how to say Gutters correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.
Oxford dictionary definition of the word gutter:
1a shallow trough fixed beneath the edge of a roof for carrying off rainwater.
a channel at the side of a street for carrying off rainwater.
(the gutter) used to refer to a poor or squalid existence or environment:
men who had fought their way out of the gutter
technical a groove or channel for flowing liquid.
a channel on either side of a lane in a bowling alley.
2the blank space between facing pages of a book or between adjacent columns of type or stamps in a sheet.
1 [no object] (of a candle or flame) flicker and burn unsteadily.
2 [with object] archaic make channels or furrows in (something):
my cheeks are guttered with tears
[no object] (gutter down) flow in streams:
the raindrops gutter down her visage
Middle English: from Old French gotiere, from Latin gutta ‘a drop’; the verb dates from late Middle English, originally meaning ‘cut grooves in’ and later (early 18th century) used of a candle which melts rapidly because it has become channelled on one side