gat gat  /ˈɡæt/


  • (n) a gangster's pistol


  1. Sherrill romps sardonically over the history, sociology and psychology of America's love affair with the gat with out getting bogged down in the theoretical musings of experts.
  2. The ambassador regards the lethal little gat rather wryly.



  1. "Scoring is part of his make-up," said Martinez. "Darryl has been very unfortunate - he has had a stop-start season with injuries." "That puts extra pressure on him when other people are looking gat his statistics. He should be rated...
    on Nov 21, 2007 By: Roberto Martinez Source: South Wales Evening Post

  2. "They are ready for a face-off," Diskin said. "They can hit Kiryat Gat, Ashdod and even the outskirts of Be'er Sheva. But Hamas is not keen to use the full extent of its power. We assume they will resort to a large-scale offensive only if...
    on Dec 22, 2008 By: Yuval Diskin Source: Ha'aretz

  3. "Also, in the case of Mama Jack, piracy stuffed us up big time. All indications were that Mama Jack would gross more than R30-million, but towards the end of December the pirate DVD appeared on the streets and the movie saw its gat instantly,"...
    on Aug 22, 2008 By: Leon Schuster Source: Tonight

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