Definition of phat in English:

phat

Syllabification: phat

adjective

informal
Excellent: a phat and funky sound
More example sentences
  • I marched over to the dance section, grabbed the CD and bought it - on the strength of one phat track.
  • It is the essence of stunning creativity, whether embodied in a Picasso sculpture, a Mozart opera, or a phat video game.
  • The bass is consistently phat, driving underneath the vocal and keyboard tracks and matching up perfectly.

Origin

1970s (originally used to describe a woman, in the sense 'sexy, attractive'): of uncertain origin.

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