Definition of grats in English:

grats

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Pronunciation: /ɡrats
 
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noun

informal
Congratulations: he played very well so I think grats are due [as exclamation]: grats to all four teams!
More example sentences
  • Grats on finishing the project!
  • Grats on a great show!
  • If you are on a good pay packet and can afford these for your home use, then great, grats to you.

Origin

1920s: abbreviation.

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