There are 2 definitions of stat in English:

stat1

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abbreviation

informal
1Photostat.
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  • Wonderful reviews... I'll send you stats of all the notices.
1.1Statistic.
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  • Thanks to the PGA Tour's new ShotLink statistical program, stat geeks around the world can revel in this type of information.
  • That's what got my stroke average under 70 for the first time - the stat that matters most.
  • Another mildly interesting stat was the fraction of papers submitted from Europe - 44.6%.
1.2Thermostat.
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  • The Mat stat is a simple, economic thermostat, designed to be used with heat mats to a maximum of 100 watts.

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Pronunciation: ˌɪmpjʊˈdɪsɪti
noun
lack of modesty

There are 2 definitions of stat in English:

stat2

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Pronunciation: /stat
 
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adverb

(In a medical direction or prescription) immediately: I want you tucked up in bed, stat
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  • What are you paging everyone stat for?
  • They stat paged me to come to the emergency room.

Origin

late 19th century: abbreviation of Latin statim.

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