Last modified on 13 August 2013, at 21:01

bilat

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

Shortening of bilateral.

NounEdit

bilat (plural bilats)

  1. (informal) A bilateral meeting.
    • 2004, Harvey J. Langholtz, Chris E. Stout, The psychology of diplomacy (page 12)
      The bilats will often be no more than a few minutes, long enough to say hello and snap some photos []
    • 2009 July 8, Peter Baker, “Family Night for Obamas Miffs Some in Moscow”, New York Times:
      The club is “a place to see and be seen,” as its Web site says —— that is, unless you are a visiting president who after a day and a half of blinis, beluga and bilats (the diplo term for “bilateral meetings”) just wants to hang out with the clan.

HiligaynonEdit

NounEdit

bilát

  1. vagina, vulva