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  • 61pat — I 1. verb Brian patted her on the shoulder Syn: tap, slap lightly, clap, touch 2. noun 1) a pat on the cheek Syn: tap, light blow, clap, touch 2) a pat of butter Syn …

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  • 62pat — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun ADJECTIVE ▪ affectionate, friendly ▪ reassuring ▪ congratulatory ▪ comforting (AmE) VERB + PAT …

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  • 63pat — 1. sf. Yassı, basık Ne de ıslak pat burnundaki mor mor meneviş. M. A. Ersoy 2. is. Yassı bir şeyle vurulduğunda çıkan ses Birleşik Sözler pat küt pat pat pat sat çatapat çatpat Atasözü, Deyim ve Bir …

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  • 64pat — pat1 verb (pats, patting, patted) 1》 touch quickly and gently with the flat of the hand. 2》 mould or position with gentle taps. noun 1》 a light stroke with the hand. 2》 a compact mass of soft material. Phrases a pat on the back an expression of… …

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  • 65pat — I. noun Etymology: Middle English patte, probably of imitative origin Date: 15th century 1. a light blow especially with the hand or a flat instrument 2. a light tapping often rhythmical sound 3. something (as butter) shaped into a small flat… …

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  • 66pat — 1. noun /pæt/ a) The sound of a light slap or tap with a soft flat object, especially of a footstep b) A light tap or slap, especially with the hands 2. verb /pæt/ a) To (gently) tap the flat of ones hand on a …

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  • 67pat — I adj., adv. (colloq.) to stand pat ( to refuse to change ) II n. to give smb. a pat (on the back) * * * [pæt] (colloq.) to stand pat ( to refuse to change ) to give smb. a pat (on the back) …

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  • 68pat — [pæt] verb [T] I to touch a person or animal gently several times with a flat hand in a friendly way II noun [C] pat [pæt] the action of gently touching a person or animal several times with a flat hand in a friendly way • a pat on the back… …

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  • 69pat — I pat 1. pat sb. (fk.) (i skakspil) II pat 2. pat (el. patte) sb., ten, ter, terne (dievorte på dyrs yver; UFORMELT en kvindes bryst) …

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  • 70pat'e — Patt e Pat t[ e] , Pattee Pat*tee , a. [F. patt[ e], fem. patt[ e]e, fr. patte paw, foot. Cf. {Patten}.] (Her.) Narrow at the inner, and very broad at the other, end, or having its arms of that shape; said of a cross. See Illust. (8) of {Cross}.… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 71PAT — s. invariable (Le T se prononce.) Terme du Jeu des échecs, qui se dit Lorsqu un des deux joueurs, n ayant pas son roi en échec, ne peut plus jouer sans le mettre en prise. Faire pat. Je suis pat. Vous m avez fait pat …

    Dictionnaire de l'Academie Francaise, 7eme edition (1835)

  • 72pat — I v 1. rap, tap, slap, box, cuff; dab; caress. 2. pat on the back Informal. encourage, embolden, hearten, nerve, Inf. buck up, bolster, assure, reassure; congratulate, Archaic. gratulate, praise, commend, shake [s.o. s] hand, Inf. stroke. n 3.… …

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  • 73pat —    an individual serving of butter. In the U.S. food industry, restaurant servings of butter were traditionally packaged at 48 pats per pound, making each pat 1/3 ounce (about 9.45 grams). Less generous portions such as 60, 64, or 72 pats per… …

    Dictionary of units of measurement

  • 74pat — See: PIT A PAT, STAND PAT …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 75pat — See: PIT A PAT, STAND PAT …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 76pat — See: pit a pat, stand pat …

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  • 77pat — (Qax, Zaqatala) ipə düzülmüş tütün yarpağı  Pat getməx’ (Ağcabədi) – küt getmək. – Təndirdə əpbək pat getdi …

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  • 78pát — a m (ȃ) šah. položaj v igri, v katerem kralj ni napaden, vendar nima prostega polja za potezo: beli je upošteval možnosti pata ∙ publ. oboroževalna tekma vodi v neizbežen pat v neodločen položaj; neskl. pril.: pat pozicija …

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  • 79PAT — n. invariable Terme du jeu d’échecs , qui se dit Lorsqu’un des deux joueurs, n’ayant pas son roi en échec, ne peut plus jouer sans le mettre en prise. Le roi est pat …

    Dictionnaire de l'Academie Francaise, 8eme edition (1935)

  • 80PAT — Las siglas PAT pueden referirse a los siguientes artículos: Port address translation, término informático. Punto extra en fútbol americano. Esta página de desambiguación cataloga artículos relacionados con el mismo título. Si llegaste aquí a… …

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