lats lats  /ˈlɑts/

Definition(s):

  • (n) the basic unit of money in Latvia

Usage(s):

  1. Well sourced evidence that top administration officials were complicit in war crimes, well lats just mull that one over until they're safely out of office.
  2. Being a terrible strain, a captivity, it should somehow yield more than well-defined lats and pecs.

News

  • MBIA Boat Show announces Bob Bitchin’ Appearance, ‘Cruising Outpost’ Bar & Party

    The largest fall sailboat show in southeastern Michigan will feature appearances by Bob Bitchin,’ the most popular sailboat socialite nationwide. Bitchin’ is the creator of the world’s most popular sailing magazine and blog, Cruising Outpost Magazine (formerly Lats and Atts). His popularity attracts thousands from all over the country as he travels to different shows.
    on July 16, 2013     Source: The News-Herald

Quotes

  1. "I don't think there's any words for it," Buchholz said, of his struggles last season. "Never had to really go through any adversity throughout my whole career, my whole life actually in baseball. It was different lats year, just the first...
    on Feb 12, 2009 By: Clay Buchholz Source: Boston Globe

  2. "It's actually kind of what I look like shirtless," Fey joked. "I'm small breasted and they're high, and my lats are unbelievable. [But Mark Wahlberg is] very funny in the movie, and it's a disservice to only speak of his lats and nips."
    on Apr 9, 2010 By: Tina Fey Source: MTV.com

  3. The Commission has said it will continue its financing program, which will "give assurances to the market that the present peg of the lats will continue, will be maintained, will be reinforced," Monetary Affairs Commissioner Joaquin Almunia said...
    on Jun 15, 2009 By: Joaquin Almunia Source: Bloomberg

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