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brat 1

 (brăt)
n.
1. A child, especially a spoiled or ill-mannered one.
2. A child of a career military person.

[Possibly from brat, coarse garment, from Middle English, from Old English bratt, of Celtic origin.]

brat′tish adj.
brat′tish·ness n.

brat 2

 (brăt)
n.
A bratwurst.

brat

(bræt)
n
a child, esp one who is ill-mannered or unruly: used contemptuously or playfully
[C16: perhaps special use of earlier brat rag, from Old English bratt cloak, of Celtic origin; related to Old Irish bratt cloth, brat2]

brat

(bræt)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) dialect Northern English an apron or overall
[from Old English brat cloak; related to Old Irish bratt cloth used to cover the body]

brat

(bræt)

n.
a child, esp. an annoying, spoiled, or impolite child.
[1495–1505]
brat′tish, adj.
brat′ty, adj. -ti•er, -ti•est.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.brat - a very troublesome childbrat - a very troublesome child    
scamp, imp, monkey, rapscallion, rascal, scalawag, scallywag - one who is playfully mischievous
2.brat - a small pork sausagebrat - a small pork sausage      
pork sausage - sausage containing pork

brat

noun youngster, kid (informal), urchin, imp, rascal, spoilt child, devil, puppy (informal), cub, scallywag (informal), whippersnapper, guttersnipe He's a spoilt brat.
Translations
spratek
møgunge
kakara
derište
悪がき
꼬마
vaikigalis
knevelis
fagannespratník
snorungesnorvalp
คนเลว
veletşımarık çocuk
trẻ ranh

brat

[bræt]
A. N (pej) → mocoso/a m/f
B. CPD brat pack N (pej) (= actors etc) generación de jóvenes artistas con éxito

brat

[ˈbræt] n (pejorative)morveux/euse m/f
He's a spoiled brat
BUT C'est un enfant gâté.bra top nhaut m courtbrat pack njeunes loups mpl

brat

n (pej inf)Balg m or nt (inf), → Gör nt (inf); (esp girl) → Göre f (inf); a spoiled brateine verzogene Göre (inf)

brat

[bræt] n (fam) (pej) → moccioso/a

brat

(brat) noun
a child, especially one who behaves badly.

brat

طِفْل مُدَلَّع spratek møgunge Balg παλιόπαιδο mocoso, niño mimado kakara garnement derište monello 悪がき 꼬마 snotaap drittunge bachor criança mimada плохо воспитанный ребенок snorvalp คนเลว velet trẻ ranh 乳臭未干的小孩
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Just wait, that's all, an' you'll be fool enough to get married some day, like me, an' then you'll get yours--an' it'll be brats, an' brats, an' brats, an' no more dancin', an' silk stockin's, an' three pairs of shoes at one time.
If it were not for those two brats," I heard him mutter, glancing savagely at Sylvie and Bruno, who were courteously listening to the Gardener's song, "there would be no difficulty whatever.
Presently there was a distant blare of military music; it came nearer, still nearer, and soon a noble cavalcade wound into view, glorious with plumed helmets and flashing mail and flaunting banners and rich doublets and horse-cloths and gilded spear- heads; and through the muck and swine, and naked brats, and joyous dogs, and shabby huts, it took its gallant way, and in its wake we followed.
We had a jolly good swim before dinner, and I told the Brats to spread these to dry.
Let tinkers' brats do tinkerings; we are their betters.
Well, you have done well enough for to-day,' she grumbled; 'but to-morrow you'll have something more difficult to do, and if you don't do it well, you pampered brats, straight into the oven you go.
Very solemnly the red-headed brats rose from the floor and formed a semicircle.
A young peasant girl, who was carrying a bundle of grass on her head, suddenly appeared, followed at a distance by four little brats, clad in rags, it is true, but vigorous, sunburned, picturesque, bold-eyed, and riotous; thorough little imps, looking like angels.
And then they returned to terra firma, that is to say, to some passage that led them to the little girls' dancing-school, where brats between six and ten were practising their steps, in the hope of becoming great dancers one day, "covered with diamonds.
Her orders were indeed so liberal, that, had it been a child of her own, she could not have exceeded them; but, lest the virtuous reader may condemn her for showing too great regard to a base-born infant, to which all charity is condemned by law as irreligious, we think proper to observe that she concluded the whole with saying, "Since it was her brother's whim to adopt the little brat, she supposed little master must be treated with great tenderness.
Here, you Jim, git up, now, while I belt yer life out, you damned disorderly brat.
I cannot see how the future of an unfledged brat like that can possibly concern you