nounderogatory or humorous
A child, typically one that is badly behaved: she’s been acting like a spoiled brat all evening presumably this is where people dump their brats so they can shop in relative peace
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- I've helped bring up the brats children of friends etc., although obviously that's no real comparison with the real thing.
- But the all-out award for nauseating singing has to go to the demonic brats who attend England Schoolboy matches.
- They will boycott classes and become violent at the flimsiest of excuses and generally behave like spoilt brats.
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- ‘I was a very brattish child who needed something to do,’ he says.
- The 25-year-old has revitalised a team that was beginning to show its age, and with this a certain jaundice, before the breathtaking pace and ability that are wrapped up in his bold and brattish approach began to be felt.
- It might seem brattish to some, but I was young, in London and ready to party.
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- All too often, John serves up a kind of tantrummy brattishness, laced with a considerable dollop of self-pity.
- She is especially vigilant for the first signs of the brattishness that sometimes afflicts children.
- All those years of brattishness are finally showing up on your face.
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