brat

  • 1Brat- — Brat …

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  • 2braţ — BRAŢ, braţe, s.n. 1. Segment al membrului superior cuprins între cot şi umăr; partea de la umăr până la încheietura mâinii; p. ext. membrul superior al corpului omenesc. ♢ loc. adv. În braţe = cu braţele petrecute în jurul corpului cuiva (spre a… …

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  • 3brat — brȁt m <zb. brȁća> DEFINICIJA 1. muškarac drugoj osobi koja je rođena od istih roditelja, rođeni brat, pravi brat (za razliku od polubrata, koji je od jednog zajedničkog roditelja) 2. term. pripadnik neke organizacije prema drugim… …

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  • 4brat — brat·ling; brat·tach; brat·tic·er; brat·tish; brat·tish·ing; brat·ty; brat·wurst; cel·e·brat·er; cer·e·brat·u·lus; fi·brat·ed; ter·e·brat·u·la; um·brat·ed; um·brat·ic; ver·te·brat·ed; vi·brat·ing·ly; brat; brat·tice; brat·tle; ter·e·brat·u·lid;… …

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  • 5Brat — (br[a^]t), n. [OE. bratt coarse garnment, AS. bratt cloak, fr. the Celtic; cf. W. brat clout, rag, Gael. brat cloak, apron, rag, Ir. brat cloak; properly then, a child s bib or clout; hence, a child.] 1. A coarse garment or cloak; also, coarse… …

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  • 6brat — {{/stl 13}}{{stl 8}}rz. mos I, C. u, Mc. bracie; lm M. bracia, N. braćmi {{/stl 8}}{{stl 20}} {{/stl 20}}{{stl 12}}1. {{/stl 12}}{{stl 7}} osoba płci męskiej mająca tych samych rodziców, których ma ktoś inny : {{/stl 7}}{{stl 10}}Młodszy, starszy …

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  • 7Brät — für die Wurstherstellung Brät oder Wurstbrät (von althochdeutsch brāto, „schieres Fleisch, Weichteile“) ist Hackfleisch oder feiner gekuttertes Fleisch, wie es zur Wurstherstellung verwendet wird. Neben …

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  • 8brat — [bræt] n informal [Date: 1500 1600; Origin: Perhaps from brat rough or torn piece of clothing (10 20 centuries), from Old Irish bratt cloak ] 1.) a badly behaved child ▪ a spoiled brat 2.) Army/Navy/military etc brat …

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  • 9brat — adj., te; et brat fald; en brat afslutning …

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  • 10brat — [brat] n. [ME, cloak of coarse cloth < OE bratt < Gael, mantle, cloth, rag: present sense ? from child s bib or apron] 1. a child, esp. an impudent, unruly child: scornful or playful term 2. Slang the son or daughter of a person in a… …

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  • 11brat|ty — «BRAT ee», adjective. ti|er, ti|est. Informal. disobedient; impudent; fresh. –brat´ti|ness, noun …

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  • 12Brat — Brat, n. (Mining) A thin bed of coal mixed with pyrites or carbonate of lime. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 13brat — [ bræt ] noun count INFORMAL an annoying child who behaves badly: Stop acting like a spoiled brat! a. an insulting word for a child: I hope they don t bring their brats …

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  • 14Brät — Sn feingehacktes mageres Kalb oder Schweinefleisch per. Wortschatz wobd. (9. Jh., diohbrato 8. Jh.; Form 17. Jh.), mhd. brāte, ahd. brāto, as. brādo Stammwort. Das gleiche Wort wie Braten in der ursprünglichen Bedeutung schieres Fleisch . Woher… …

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  • 15brat — (n.) c.1500, slang, beggar s child, originally northern, Midlands and western England dialect word for makeshift or ragged garment; probably the same word as O.E. bratt cloak, which is from a Celtic source (Cf. O.Ir. bratt cloak, cloth ). The… …

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  • 16Brät — Brät, österreichisch Brat, das; s (fein gehacktes [Bratwurst]fleisch) …

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  • 17Brat — Brät, österreichisch Brat, das; s (fein gehacktes [Bratwurst]fleisch) …

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  • 18brat — s. v. frate. Trimis de siveco, 13.09.2007. Sursa: Sinonime …

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  • 19brat — [n] spoiled child devil*, enfant terrible*, holy terror*, impudent child, kid, punk*, rascal, unruly child, urchin, whippersnapper*, wild one*, youngster; concept 424 Ant. angel …

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  • 20brat — ► NOUN informal ▪ a badly behaved child. DERIVATIVES brattish adjective. ORIGIN perhaps an abbreviation of Scots bratchet, from Old French brachet hound, bitch …

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