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  1. bate

    • IPA[bāt]

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    • n.
      an angry mood
    • noun: bate

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    • 1. British informal, dated an angry mood he got into a stinking bate

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    • n.
      a technique intended to improve eyesight using eye exercises rather than lenses or surgery.

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    • ph.
      (1905–74), English novelist and short-story writer; full name Herbert Ernest Bates. He is noted ...

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    • ph.
      in great suspense; very anxiously or excitedly

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    • ph.
      1934–2003, English actor. Notable films: The Caretaker (1964), Zorba the Greek (1964), The ...

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    • IPA[beɪt]

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    • n.
      an angry mood: he got into a stinking bate

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    • IPA[beɪt]

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    • v.
      (of a hawk) beat the wings in agitation and flutter off the perch: the hawks bated and immediately the breeze got in their feathers

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    • IPA[bāt]

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    • v.
      (of a hawk) beat the wings in an attempt to escape from the perch: the hawks bated when the breeze got in their feathers

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