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1gat

\ˈgat\

Definition of GAT

archaic past of get

2gat

noun

Definition of GAT

:  a natural or artificial channel or passage

Origin of GAT

probably from Dutch, literally, hole; akin to Old English geat gate
First Known Use: 1723

Other Civil Engineering Terms

asphalt, ballast, barrage, cantilever, infrastructure, sluice

3gat

noun

Definition of GAT

slang
:  handgun

Origin of GAT

short for Gatling gun
First Known Use: 1897

Other Weapons and Explosives Terms

automatic, carbine, cudgel, muzzle, rapier

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