Pat or PAT may refer to:
* Pat Condell, comedian
* Pat McAfee, American football player
* Pat Nixon, former First Lady of the United States
* Pat Sajak, the host of the current US Wheel of Fortune
* Pat White (football player), American football player
* Pitch Axis Theory, in music the theory that each mode has related chords over which it should be used
* Page Allocation Table
* Program Association Table, in MPEGs
* Pat (Saturday Night Live), a fictional character from "Saturday Night Live"
* PAT A.I., in Artificial Intelligence
* Port address translation (PAT), in computer terms
* Pat’s Garage
* Pat, Hungary, a village in Zala county, Hungary
* Process Analytical Technology, in the pharmaceutical industry
* The Port Authority Transit system of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
* Point After Touchdown (Extra point) in American football
* Portable Appliance Test, a UK electrical safety test
* Postman Pat, the children's TV character
* Provisional A-Team, an elite group of academics
* IATA code for Lok Nayak Jayaprakash Airport, Patna, India
* *.PAT, the instrument patch file format for the Gravis Ultrasound sound card.

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  • pat — pat …   Dictionnaire des rimes

  • pat — [ pat ] adj. inv. et n. m. • 1689; it. patta « quitte » (jeu); lat. pactum « accord » ♦ Échecs Se dit du roi qui, sans être mis en échec, ne peut pourtant plus bouger sans être pris. N. m. Coup qui amène le roi dans cette position. Faire un pat.… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • pat — Ⅰ. pat [1] ► VERB (patted, patting) 1) tap quickly and gently with the flat of the hand. 2) mould or position with gentle taps. ► NOUN 1) an act of patting. 2) a compact …   English terms dictionary

  • pat — pat1 [pat] adj. [prob. < PAT2] 1. apt; timely; opportune 2. exactly suitable 3. so glibly plausible as to seem contrived 4. designating a poker hand to which no cards are drawn because of the unlikelihood of improving it adv. in a pat …   English World dictionary

  • Pat — Pat, a. [Cf. pat a light blow, D. te pas convenient, pat, where pas is fr. F. passer to pass.] Exactly suitable; fit; convenient; timely. Pat allusion. Barrow. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • PAT — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. {{{image}}}   Sigles d une seule lettre   Sigles de deux lettres > Sigles de trois lettres …   Wikipédia en Français

  • pat — PAT. s. indeclinable. Terme d eschetz qui se dit lors qu un des deux joüeurs ne peut joüer sans mettre son roy en eschet. Faire pat. nous sommes pat. je suis pat. vous m avez fait pat …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • Pat — Pat, adv. In a pat manner. [1913 Webster] I foresaw then t would come in pat hereafter. Sterne. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • PAT — may refer to: Contents 1 Organizations 2 Science and technology 3 Medicine and biology …   Wikipedia

  • pat — [adj] relevant, suitable apposite, apropos, apt, auspicious, felicitous, fitting, happy, neat, opportune, pertinent, propitious, rehearsed, timely, to the point; concept 558 Ant. imprecise, inexact, irrelevant, unacceptable, unsuitable, wrong pat …   New thesaurus

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