pats, 3rd person singular present; patting, present participle; patted, past tense; patted, past participle;
Simple and somewhat glib or unconvincing
instead of enlightened minds I found prejudice and pat answers
Touch quickly and gently with the flat of the hand
he patted him consolingly on the shoulder
a nurse washed her all over and patted her dry
Draw attention to (something) by tapping it gently
he patted the bench beside him and I sat down
Mold into shape or put in position with gentle taps
she patted down the earth in each pot
A light stroke with the hand
giving him a friendly pat on the arm, she went off to join the others
A compact mass of soft material
a pat of butter
At exactly the right moment or in the right way; conveniently or opportunely
the happy ending came rather pat
chuck: pat or squeeze fondly or playfully, especially under the chin
completely or perfectly; "he has the lesson pat"; "had the system down pat"
glib: having only superficial plausibility; "glib promises"; "a slick commercial"
the sound made by a gentle blow
dab: hit lightly; "pat him on the shoulder"
exactly suited to the occasion; "a pat reply"
Narcisse Théophile Patouillard (July 2, 1854 - March 30, 1926) was a French pharmacist and mycologist who was born in Macornay, a town in the department of Jura.
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A short form of the female given name Patricia; A short form of the male given name Patrick
The sound of a light slap or tap with a soft flat object, especially of a footstep; A light tap or slap, especially with the hands; A flattish lump of soft matter, especially butter or dung; To (gently) tap the flat of one's hand on a person or thing; To hit lightly and repeatedly with the flat ...
To take the underside of the hand and gently press a food. The purpose might be to pat dry ingredients onto the surface so they will adhere during cooking, or to pat with a towel to remove excess moisture.
A hand that you make on the flop. For instance, if you have two spades in your hand and the flop has three spades, then you've flopped a pat spade flush.
Point After Touchdown. See try.
Not drawing any cards in a draw game.
Already complete. A hand is a pat hand when, for example, a flush comes on the first five cards dealt in Draw poker. Also see made hand.
In draw poker, a hand that does not need any more hands. In blackjack, an unbusted hand worth at least 17 points.
stands for palmitoyl acyl transferases; enzymes that catalyze the addition of palmitate to cysteine and includes transmembrane proteins of the DHHC-CRD and MBOAT families
A test used to predict certain chemical interactions between enclosure materials and photographic images. This is one of many tests used to determine if a material is safe for use with photographs.
Preoperative Autologous Blood Transfusion
Point attribute table or polygon attribute table. A coverage can have either a point attribute table or a polygon attribute table, but not both. ...
He patted my arm and told me not to worry.
A hard hand valued at 17 points or more without breaking.
Most common ailments can be treated effectively by medicines available from your pharmacy without a doctor’s prescription. If your medical scheme option offers you a PAT benefit, it means that some of these costs will be paid for by your medical scheme.