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tatnoun

uk   us   /tæt/

tat noun (LOW QUALITY)

[U] informal anything that looks cheap, is of low quality, or in bad condition: Like most souvenir shops, it sells a lot of old tat.

tat noun (DECORATION)

[C] informal for tattoo noun
Translations of “tat”
in Chinese (Traditional) 劣質品, 破爛的東西…
in Chinese (Simplified) 劣质品, 破烂的东西…
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