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Pronunciation edit

  • IPA(key): /stæt/
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  • Rhymes: -æt

Etymology 1 edit

From Latin statim (immediately).

Adverb edit

stat (not comparable)

  1. (medicine) Immediately; now.
Translations edit

Adjective edit

stat (not comparable)

  1. (medicine) With no delay; at once.
    stat dose

Etymology 2 edit

Clipping of statistic.

Noun edit

stat (plural stats)

  1. (especially in the plural) Clipping of statistic.
    • 2021 December 29, Stephen Roberts, “Stories and facts behind railway plaques: Chester (1848)”, in Rail, number 947, page 57:
      There are some glittering stats out there regarding Brassey: namely that he'd built around one-third of Britain's railways by the time he was in his early 40s, and that by the time of his death (aged 65) he was responsible for around one-twentieth of the world's railways.
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Verb edit

stat (third-person singular simple present stats, present participle statting, simple past and past participle statted)

  1. (transitive, chiefly sports, informal) To collect or interpret statistics related to (a match etc.).
    • 2014 September 16, Sam King, “Purdue volleyball notes: Madness in Mackey Arena”, in Journal & Courier[1]:
      "I went back and statted that match," Shondell said. "Seventy percent of the points, we either finished them with a kill or making an error. So we were in control, it's just that we weren't in control the way we needed to be on a regular basis."
    • 2015 July 27, Joe Gorman, “The stats guru helping keep alive football history in Australia”, in The Guardian[2]:
      The most important part of the collection, however, is Howe’s folders of stats. [] All up, he reckons he’s statted over 10,000 Australian matches at all levels. It’s all been digitised now, of course, but to this day Howe maintains a hand-written record.
  2. (transitive, roleplaying games, slang) To assign statistics to (a monster etc. in a game).
    Synonym: stat out
    If you stat it, they will kill it.

Etymology 3 edit

Clipping of statutory.

Noun edit

stat (plural stats)

  1. (Canada, informal) A statutory public holiday (also as stat holiday).
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Etymology 4 edit

Clipping of photostat.

Noun edit

stat (plural stats)

  1. (informal) Clipping of photostat.

Verb edit

stat (third-person singular simple present stats, present participle statting, simple past and past participle statted)

  1. (informal) Clipping of photostat.
    • 2009, Kevin Tinsley, Digital Prepress for Comic Books, New York, NY: Stickman Graphics, →ISBN, page 96:
      These overlays were then statted using a screen of etched glass to break up the solid black into small rows of black dots. A different sized screen was used to create a different sized dot for each percentage.

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Anagrams edit

Aromanian edit

Alternative forms edit

Etymology 1 edit

Borrowed from Italian stato or Latin status.

Noun edit

stat n (plural staturi)

  1. state, country

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Etymology 2 edit

From Latin status. Compare Romanian stat.

Adjective edit

stat m (feminine statã)

  1. (masculine singular past passive participle of stau used as an adjective) stayed, stopped, remained; stood
  2. resided
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Chinese edit

Etymology edit

Clipping of English statistics, reinforced by English stat.

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Noun edit

stat

  1. (Hong Kong Cantonese, chiefly university slang) statistics (mathematical science)

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Cornish edit

Etymology edit

From Latin status.

Pronunciation edit

  • (Revived Middle Cornish) IPA(key): [staːt]
  • (Revived Late Cornish) IPA(key): [stæːt]

Noun edit

stat m (plural statys or statow)

  1. (politics) state, polity
  2. situation, state, affair
  3. estate

References edit

  • Cornish-English Dictionary from Maga's Online Dictionary
  • Akademi Kernewek Gerlyver Kernewek (FSS) Cornish Dictionary (SWF), 2018, published 2018, page 173

Danish edit

Etymology edit

From Middle Low German stat, from Latin status.

Noun edit

stat c (singular definite staten, plural indefinite stater)

  1. A state (polity).

Inflection edit

Derived terms edit

Ladin edit

Etymology edit

From Latin stātus.

Noun edit

stat m (plural stac)

  1. A state.

Latin edit

Pronunciation edit

Verb edit

stat

  1. third-person singular present active indicative of stō

Maltese edit

Alternative forms edit

  • istat (after the article)

Etymology edit

Borrowed from Sicilian statu and/or Italian stato, both from Latin status.

Pronunciation edit

Noun edit

stat m (plural stati)

  1. state (condition)
  2. state, country, government

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Middle Dutch edit

Etymology edit

From Old Dutch stat, from Proto-West Germanic *stadi. The umlauted form stēde derives from Old Dutch stedi, a variant which hadn't lost the final -i.

Noun edit

stat f or m

  1. place
  2. position, station (of duty)
  3. rank, status
  4. space, room
  5. city

Inflection edit

This noun needs an inflection-table template.

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Descendants edit

  • Dutch: stad, stede, stee (bedstee)
  • Limburgish: staad

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Middle English edit

Alternative forms edit

Etymology edit

From Old French estat, from Latin status.

Pronunciation edit

Noun edit

stat (plural stats)

  1. condition

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Norwegian Bokmål edit

Etymology edit

From Middle Low German stat (state, rank), from Latin status (fixed, set, regular), perfect passive participle of sistō (I cause to stand, set, place), from Proto-Italic *sistō (stand, place), from Proto-Indo-European *stísteh₂ti (to be standing up, to be getting up), from the root *steh₂- (to stand (up)), and also the perfect passive participle of stō, from the same root.

Noun edit

stat m (definite singular staten, indefinite plural stater, definite plural statene)

  1. a state

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Norwegian Nynorsk edit

Etymology edit

Borrowed from Middle Low German stat, from Latin status.

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Noun edit

stat m (definite singular staten, indefinite plural statar, definite plural statane)

  1. a state, country
    Frankrike er ein av dei største statane i Europa.
    France is one of the largest countries of Europe.
  2. (definite form) the government, authorities
    Eg har fått meg jobb i staten.
    I have got a job working for the government.

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Old Dutch edit

Etymology edit

From Proto-West Germanic *stadi.

Noun edit

stat f

  1. place, location
  2. house, abode
  3. town, inhabited place

Inflection edit

This noun needs an inflection-table template.

Alternative forms edit

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Old High German edit

Etymology edit

From Proto-West Germanic *stadi, from Proto-Germanic *stadiz.

Ultimately from Proto-Indo-European *stéh₂tis, an extension of *steh₂- and, thus, related to stehen and Stuhl.

Noun edit

stat

  1. place, site, spot
  2. place, settlement (but yet without any restriction to “town, city”, for which burg)

Descendants edit

References edit

  • stat in Gerhard Köbler's 2006 Neuhochdeutsch-althochdeutsches Wörterbuch

Papiamentu edit

 

Etymology edit

From Dutch stad.

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stat

  1. city, town

Piedmontese edit

Etymology edit

Fro Latin status.

Pronunciation edit

Noun edit

stat m

  1. state

Romanian edit

Pronunciation edit

Etymology 1 edit

Borrowed from Italian stato or Latin stātus.

Noun edit

stat n (plural state)

  1. state, government
    Synonyms: țară, guvern, regim
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Etymology 2 edit

Inherited from Latin stātus.

Noun edit

stat n (plural state)

  1. state, condition
    Synonyms: stare, condiție
  2. situation, position
    Synonyms: situație, poziție
  3. class; category; stature
    Synonym: clasă
  4. list
    Synonyms: listă, tabel
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Verb edit

stat

  1. past participle of sta

Swedish edit

Etymology edit

From Middle Low German stat, from Latin status.

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Noun edit

stat c

  1. A state; a nation.
  2. A state; a government; collectively about the ruling hierarchy of a country.
  3. A state; part of a federation.
  4. (uncountable) A salary paid in kind, usually in combination with a small amount in cash, for agricultural workers abolished with the end of October 1945 (through a collective bargaining agreement). Formerly of wider use, for instance also for some civil servants.

Declension edit

Declension of stat 
Singular Plural
Indefinite Definite Indefinite Definite
Nominative stat staten stater staterna
Genitive stats statens staters staternas

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See also edit

(nation, government):

(salary):

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Tok Pisin edit

Verb edit

stat

  1. A tense marker that shows that an action is beginning by preceding the verb

Turkish edit

Etymology edit

From Ottoman Turkishستاد(stad), from French stade, from Latin stadium, from Ancient Greek στάδιον (stádion).

Noun edit

stat (definite accusative stadı, plural statlar)

  1. stadium

Declension edit

Inflection
Nominative stat
Definite accusative stadı
Singular Plural
Nominative stat statlar
Definite accusative stadı statları
Dative stada statlara
Locative statta statlarda
Ablative stattan statlardan
Genitive stadın statların
Possessive forms
Nominative
Singular Plural
1st singular stadım statlarım
2nd singular stadın statların
3rd singular stadı statları
1st plural stadımız statlarımız
2nd plural stadınız statlarınız
3rd plural statları statları
Definite accusative
Singular Plural
1st singular stadımı statlarımı
2nd singular stadını statlarını
3rd singular stadını statlarını
1st plural stadımızı statlarımızı
2nd plural stadınızı statlarınızı
3rd plural statlarını statlarını
Dative
Singular Plural
1st singular stadıma statlarıma
2nd singular stadına statlarına
3rd singular stadına statlarına
1st plural stadımıza statlarımıza
2nd plural stadınıza statlarınıza
3rd plural statlarına statlarına
Locative
Singular Plural
1st singular stadımda statlarımda
2nd singular stadında statlarında
3rd singular stadında statlarında
1st plural stadımızda statlarımızda
2nd plural stadınızda statlarınızda
3rd plural statlarında statlarında
Ablative
Singular Plural
1st singular stadımdan statlarımdan
2nd singular stadından statlarından
3rd singular stadından statlarından
1st plural stadımızdan statlarımızdan
2nd plural stadınızdan statlarınızdan
3rd plural statlarından statlarından
Genitive
Singular Plural
1st singular stadımın statlarımın
2nd singular stadının statlarının
3rd singular stadının statlarının
1st plural stadımızın statlarımızın
2nd plural stadınızın statlarınızın
3rd plural statlarının statlarının

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