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gat

\ ˈgat \

Definition of gat

  • archaic past of get

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gat

noun

Definition of gat

: a natural or artificial channel or passage

Origin and Etymology of gat

probably from Dutch, literally, hole; akin to Old English geat gate

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gat

noun

Definition of gat

slang

Origin and Etymology of gat

short for Gatling gun

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