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tat1 British & World English

Make (a decorative mat or edging) by tying knots in thread and using a small shuttle to form lace

tat2 British & World English

Tasteless or shoddy clothes, jewellery, or ornaments

rat-tat British & World English

A rapping sound (used especially in reference to a sequence of knocks on a door or the sound of gunfire)

rat-tat-tat in rat-tat British & World English

A rapping sound (used especially in reference to a sequence of knocks on a door or the sound of gunfire)

ratatat British & World English

variant of rat-tat.

rat-a-tat in rat-tat British & World English

A rapping sound (used especially in reference to a sequence of knocks on a door or the sound of gunfire)

tit3 British & World English

The infliction of an injury or insult in return for one that one has suffered

tat English-Spanish

porquerías

tit for tat English Thesaurus

the routine diplomatic tit for tat when countries expel each other's envoys

tit for tat English-Spanish

it was tit for tat

tit-for-tat English-Spanish

a tit-for-tat killing

it was tit for tat in tit for tat English-Spanish

fue ojo por ojo, diente por diente

a tit-for-tat killing in tit-for-tat English-Spanish

un asesinato en represalias

I've paid him back tit for tat in tit for tat English-Spanish

le he pagado con la misma moneda

you paid £5 for that piece of tat! in tat English-Spanish

¿pagaste 5 libras por esa porquería?