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Pat British & World English

An Irishman (often as a form of address)

pat1 British & World English

Touch quickly and gently with the flat of the hand

pat2 British & World English

Simple and somewhat glib or unconvincing

stand pat in pat2 British & World English

Stick stubbornly to one’s opinion or decision

stand pat British & World English

Stick stubbornly to one’s opinion or decision

pat-down British & World English

An act of searching a person for concealed items such as weapons or illegal drugs, made by passing the hands over their clothing

Pat Malone British & World English

On one’s own

pit-a-pat British & World English

With a sound like quick light steps or taps

pat-a-cake British & World English

A children’s game in which participants gently clap their hands in time to the words of a rhyme

pat someone down in pat1 British & World English

(Of a police officer or security official) pass the hands over someone’s clothing in a search for concealed items such as weapons or illegal drugs

have something off pat in pat2 British & World English

Have something memorized perfectly

pat someone down British & World English

(Of a police officer or security official) pass the hands over someone’s clothing in a search for concealed items such as weapons or illegal drugs

a pat on the back in pat1 British & World English

An expression of approval or congratulation

pat someone on the back in pat1 British & World English

Express approval of or admiration for someone

a pat on the back British & World English

An expression of approval or congratulation

pat someone on the back British & World English

Express approval of or admiration for someone

have something off pat British & World English

Have something memorized perfectly

cowpat British & World English

A flat round deposit of cow dung

pat1 English Thesaurus

Brian patted her absent-mindedly on the shoulder

pat2 English Thesaurus

up to now, he has given pat, perfunctory answers

pat English-Spanish

darle* palmaditas a

pat Spanish-English

putt

pat-down English-Spanish

registrar

pit-a-pat English Thesaurus

my heart was going pit-a-pat all the time

pit-a-pat English-Spanish

→ pitter-patter1

pitter-pat English-Spanish

→ pitter-patter2

pat pending in pat English-Spanish

Pat. solicitada

to stand pat in pat English-Spanish

mantenerse* en sus (

pat no 57143 in pat English-Spanish

nº de Pat. 57143

the answer came pat in pat English-Spanish

respondió inmediatamente

he always has some pat excuse in pat English-Spanish

siempre tiene una excusa preparada

pat the earth firm around the plant in pat English-Spanish

apisone bien la tierra alrededor de la planta con las manos

you deserve a pat on the back for that in pat English-Spanish

mereces que te feliciten por eso


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