PAT may refer to:
- Polish Telegraphic Agency, the official news agency of Poland between 1918 and 1991
- Port Authority Transit, the former name of the Port Authority of Allegheny County, Pittsburgh
- Port Authority of Thailand
- Professional Association of Teachers, the former name of the trade union Voice
Science and technology
- Portable Appliance Test
- Powder-actuated tool
- Photographic Activity Test, ISO 14523
- Picture and Text, in television technology - see Picture-in-picture
Medicine and biology
- Process Analytical Technology
- Picture Arrangement Test
- Poly(A) Test, in Genetic Analysis
- Paddington Alcohol Test, a screen for alcohol related problems
- Paroxysmal Atrial Tachycardia, a medical term for "sudden onset of fast heart beating"
- Phenylaminotetralin, class of organic compounds, some of which have novel activity at histamine receptors
- Photoacoustic tomography, by an ultrasound scan
- Prism adaptation test
- Page Attribute Table, an extension to the page table formats of x86 and x86-64 microprocessors
- Performance acceleration technology an Intel memory performance technology
- Port address translation, the most common type of network address translation.
- Process Analysis Toolkit, a model checking tool developed in the National University of Singapore
- Program Association Table, Program Specific Information metadata in a MPEG-2/DVB stream
- Personal Automated Transport, or Personal rapid transit
- Lok Nayak Jayaprakash Airport, the IATA code for the airport in India
- Patricroft railway station, England by National Rail station code
- PATransit, former name of the Port Authority of Allegheny County
- PAT (American football)
- Port Arthur, Texas
- Profit After Tax
- Prodotto agroalimentare tradizionale, a grade of Protected Geographical Status controlled by the government within Italy
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