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pratie

Line breaks: pra¦tie
Pronunciation: /ˈpreɪti
 
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Definition of pratie in English:

noun

chiefly Irish
A potato.
Example sentences
  • So they have carved a nice little niche for themselves, and what matter if he is spinning in the garden where the praties grow.
  • The farmer who watches juggernauts trundle by where his praties once grew might take a different view.
  • As meat cooks, put carrots and praties in a saucepan and add cold water to cover.

Origin

late 18th century: from Irish prátaí, plural of práta.

Words that rhyme with pratie

Albacete, eighty, Haiti, Katy, Kuwaiti, Leyte, matey, slaty, weighty

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