GAT

abbreviation: General Air Traffic (Europe-Asia)
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gat

[n] - (slang) a gangster`s pistol
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Gat

Gat (găt), imperfect of Get . [ Obsolete]
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gat

noun a gangster`s pistol
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Gat

• imp. of Get. • of Get
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gat

(from the article `South Asian arts`) ...tla. In South Indian music all composed pieces are primarily for the voice and have lyrics. In North India, however, there are also some purely ...
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Gat

Gat: see Ghat, Libya.
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Gat

Gat is slang for a pistol or revolver.
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Gat

Gat is slang for a pistol or revolver.
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Gat

[Naval Acronyms and Slang] A Gun usually a Rifle
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GAT

[jeans] GAT (acronym for Gypsies and Thieves , also spelled G.A.T.) is a clothing company specializing in jeans and shirts. GAT is based in Los Angeles, California and is known for its ultra-wide-leg denim jeans. Similar in style to JNCO, GAT grew in popularity within the raver and skater sub-cultures during the wide leg fashion fad which s...
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Gat

[hat] A gat is a type of Korean traditional hat worn by men along with hanbok (Korean traditional clothing) during the Joseon period. It is made from horsehair with a bamboo frame and is partly transparent in black color. Most gat are cylindrical in shape with a wide brim on a bamboo frame. Only married and middle class men during the late ...
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GAT

The word Gat most likely refers to one of the below. ==Guns== ==Places== ==People== ==Acronyms== == See also == ...
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gat

opening or strait between two sandbanks
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Gat

[landform] A gat (Seegatt, Seegat or diminutive Gatje) is a strait that is constantly eroded by currents flowing back and forth, such as tidal currents. It is usually a relatively narrow but deep (up to {convert|100|ft|m}) passage between land masses (such as an island and a peninsula) or shallow bars in an area of mudflats. A gat is someti...
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