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: a woman's glove that leaves the fingers uncovered
: mitten sense 1
: a baseball catcher's or first baseman's glove made in the style of a mitten
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1757, in the meaning defined at sense 1a
short for mitten
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baseball : a special type of heavy glove worn by the catcher
: a special type of glove worn by the first baseman
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Use a mitt to hold the hot dish.
: a baseball catcher's or first baseman's glove
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occurring twice a year or every two years
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