There are 2 main translations of tat in Spanish:

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tat 1

intransitive verb -tt-

  • hacer encaje
    (de lanzadera)
    Example sentences
    • We both worked on our respective needlework projects, and I taught Lars to tat lace.
    • Drawing on her incongruous but irrepressible skills as a housewife, she had tatted lengths of batik, draped bolts of brocade, swathed silk, swagged satin, ruched, ruffed, hemmed and hawed.
    • I can also tat and crochet laces or other fine works.

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There are 2 main translations of tat in Spanish:

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tat 2
American English: /tæt/
British English: /tat/

noun

uncountable
  • (British English) [colloquial]
    porquerías (feminine plural) [colloquial]
    you paid £5 for that piece of tat!
    ¿pagaste 5 libras por esa porquería? [colloquial]
    Example sentences
    • Well, me and the wife went to Ocean Finance to buy some new furniture to replace this gaudy tat.
    • Give It allows friends and relatives to donate a sum of money to a good cause instead of buying a shoddy piece of tat that's destined for the charity shop.
    • The World Cup has given men licence to buy all manner of tat.

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