There are 2 main translations of spat in Spanish:

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spat 1

American English: /spæt/
British English: /spat/

noun

  • 1 (quarrel) [colloquial]
    Example sentences
    • Almost immediately they run into a pointless spat with local tough guys that spirals into a violent feud.
    • They're typical brothers, so they get into these little spats with each other sometimes, and they separate them.
    • Soon after we met, Slater was in the papers again after his wife allegedly broke a glass over his head during a violent spat.
  • 2 (Zoology)
    hueva (feminine) de ostra
  • 3
    also: spats plural
    (Clothing)
    polainas (feminine plural)
    Example sentences
    • His father was dressed in a rubber macintosh, with thick domestic gloves, spats, and a trilby hat.
    • Flustered, the blonde boy untied his spats, and took off one of his sock-shoes, sort of hopping around on one foot while doing so.
    • You can also take off those spats and gauntlets.

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