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”[1], 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.

CebuanoEdit

NounEdit

bilat

  1. vulva

InterjectionEdit

bilat

  1. (vulgar) used to express one's surprise at slipping on wet or polished floor.
  2. (vulgar) used to express one's surprise at a near slip up or accident.

AnagramsEdit


HiligaynonEdit

NounEdit

bilát

  1. vagina, vulva
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