Bate

Bate is British slang for a bad temper or rage.
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bate

[v] - moderate or restrain 2. [v] - flap the wings wildly or frantically 3. [v] - soak in a special solution to soften and remove chemicals used in previous treatments
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Bate

Bate noun [ Prob. abbrev. from debate .] Strife; contention. [ Obsolete] Shak.
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Bate

Bate transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Bated ; present participle & verbal noun Bating .] [ From abate .] 1. To lessen by retrenching, deducting, or reducing; to abate; to beat down; to lower. « He must e...
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Bate

Bate intransitive verb 1. To remit or retrench a part; -- with of . « Abate thy speed, and I will bate of mine. Dryden. » 2. To waste away. [ Obsolete] Shak.
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Bate

Bate transitive verb To attack; to bait. [ Obsolete] Spenser.
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Bate

Bate imperfect of Bite . [ Obsolete] Spenser.
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Bate

Bate intransitive verb [ French battre des ailes to flutter. Confer Bait to flutter.] To flutter as a hawk; to bait. [ Obsolete] Bacon.
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Bate

Bate noun (Jewish Antiq.) See 2d Bath .
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Bate

Bate noun [ Confer Swedish beta maceration, soaking, German beize , and English bite .] An alkaline solution consisting of the dung of certain animals; -- employed in the preparation of hides; grainer. Knight.
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Bate

Bate transitive verb To steep in bate, as hides, in the manufacture of leather.
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bate

1. To lessen by retrenching, deducting, or reducing; to abate; to beat down; to lower. 'He must either bate the laborer's wages, or not employ or not pay him.' (Locke) ... 2. To allow by way of abatement or deduction. 'To whom he bates nothing or what he stood upon with the parliament.' (South) ... 3. To leave out; to except. 'Bate me the king, and...
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bate

verb soak in a special solution to soften and remove chemicals used in previous treatments; `bate hides and skins`
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bate

verb flap the wings wildly or frantically; used of falcons
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bate

verb moderate or restrain; lessen the force of; `He bated his breath when talking about this affair`; `capable of bating his enthusiasm`
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Bate

• (v. t.) To remove. • (v. t.) To steep in bate, as hides, in the manufacture of leather. • (v. i.) To remit or retrench a part; -- with of. • (n.) An alkaline solution consisting of the dung of certain animals; -- employed in the preparation of hides; grainer. • (n.) See 2d Bath. • imp. of Bite. • (v. t.) To d......
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Baté

Báté is a village in Somogy county, Hungary. ...
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Bate

Bate is British slang for a bad temper or rage.
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Bate

The action of the bird attempting to fly from a perch or the fist while attached by a leash. The bird may be startled and wanting to leave, may have seen something attractive and curious to fly to it, or may be impatient to be flying or hunting.
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Bate

An attempt to fly from the fist or perch when secured.
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Bate

To flap when tethered. orig.Fr: battre des ailles = to flap the wings
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BATE

When a raptor tries to fly from its perch or falconers fist when startled.
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BATE

when a hawk jumps off the falconer's glove or a perch.
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BATE

To flutter off the fist or perch; an abortive attempt to fly when the bird is restrained by the leash.
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Bate

when the bird of prey leaps off your fist or from its perch
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