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prat

noun [C] uk   /præt/ UK informal us  
someone who behaves stupidly or has little ability: He looked a right prat in that pink suit. You've made me spill my drink, you prat! Occasionally I'll have a few too many drinks at a party and make a prat of myself (= behave stupidly).
Translations of “prat”
in Chinese (Traditional) 傻瓜, 窩囊廢…
in Russian болван…
in Turkish avanak, aptal, salak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 傻瓜, 窝囊废…
in Polish cymbał, głupek…
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