Definition of piat
: a short-range antitank gun used in the British and Canadian armies weighing 33 pounds and firing a 2.75-pound projectile that explodes on impact with force sufficient to penetrate four inches of tempered armor plate
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Origin and Etymology of piat
projector infantry antitank
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