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See also: zať, -zat, 'zat, and žať

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EnglishEdit

ConjunctionEdit

zat

  1. Eye dialect spelling of that. (usually signifying a foreign accent, often French).
    • 2009, Sue Limb, Girl, Barely 15: Flirting for England, page 195:
      Marie-Louise emerged from the girls' tent, wrapped in a fleece. She sat down by Jess. "It is wonderfool now zat Jodie is feelingue bettair," she said.

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PronunciationEdit

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  • Rhymes: -ɑt

Etymology 1Edit

From Middle Dutch sat, from Old Dutch *sat, from Proto-Germanic *sadaz, from Proto-Indo-European *seh₂-.

AdjectiveEdit

zat (comparative zatter, superlative zatst)

  1. sated, full, especially with alcoholic beverage, i.e. drunk
    Hij kwam zat thuis.
    He came home drunk.
    Synonym: dronken
  2. having had enough, having had it up to here, fed up
    Ik ben het zat!
    I'm fed up with this!
InflectionEdit
Inflection of zat
uninflected zat
inflected zatte
comparative zatter
positive comparative superlative
predicative/adverbial zat zatter het zatst
het zatste
indefinite m./f. sing. zatte zattere zatste
n. sing. zat zatter zatste
plural zatte zattere zatste
definite zatte zattere zatste
partitive zats zatters
Derived termsEdit

DeterminerEdit

zat

  1. (informal) plenty
    Ik heb nog zat aardappels hier.
    I still have plenty of potatoes here.
    Synonym: genoeg

AdverbEdit

zat

  1. (informal) enough
    Het is al erg zat dat mijn wasmachine kapot is, en nu mijn vaatwasser ook al!
    It's bad enough that my washing machine is broken, and now my dishwasher too!
    Synonym: genoeg

Etymology 2Edit

See the etymology of the main entry.

VerbEdit

zat

  1. singular past indicative of zitten

IndonesianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Arabic.

NounEdit

zat (plural zat-zat, first-person possessive zatku, second-person possessive zatmu, third-person possessive zatnya)

  1. substance