Definition of squatt in English:

squatt

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noun

The larva of the common housefly, used by anglers as bait: [mass noun]: catches are of small roach on bread or squatt [count noun]: bread and squatts worked a treat

Origin

1930s: perhaps from the adjective squat.

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