fratnoun [ C ]uk /fræt/ us /fræt/ US
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- He wasn't sure but with such a course Marshall might even be eligible for the frat. that year.
- It took the united efforts of his classmates, his frat., and the faculty to keep his studies within decent hailing distance of eligibility for playing.
- The frat seniors'll be on the job.
- The seniors in the 'frat' said we had to join, and they said we couldn't resign, either, after we had joined.
- We belong to the same frat!