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prat

noun \ˈprat\

: a stupid or foolish person

Full Definition of PRAT

British
:  a stupid or foolish person

Examples of PRAT

  1. He acts like a real prat sometimes.
  2. <I need competent people for this job, and all they send me are prats.>

Origin of PRAT

probably from argot prat buttocks
First Known Use: circa 1961

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