lats


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lats

 (läts)
n. pl. la·ti (lä′tē′)
The primary unit of currency in Latvia before the adoption of the euro.

[Latvian, probably from shortening of latvietis, Latvian.]

lats

(læts)
n, pl lati (ˈlætiː)
(Currencies) the former standard monetary unit of Latvia, divided into 100 santimi

lats

(læts)

n.pl. Informal.
latissimus dorsi muscles.
[1935–40; by shortening]
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Noun1.lats - the basic unit of money in Latvia
Latvian monetary unit - monetary unit in Latvia
References in classic literature ?
On the 5th of March, 1867, the Moravian, of the Montreal Ocean Company, finding herself during the night in 27@ 30' lat.
In the course of her voyage she discovered the mouth of a large river in lat.
The expedition of Sir Alexander Mackenzie in 1793, across the continent to the Pacific Ocean, which he reached in lat.
By this means, he observed, the entire command of the fur trade of North America might be obtained from lat.
Near the Arroyo Tapes I heard of a wood of palms; and one of these trees, of considerable size, I saw near the Pan de Azucar, in lat.
In the southern part of the continent, where the western gales, charged with moisture from the Pacific, prevail, every island on the broken west coast, from lat.
But, in order that the moon should reach the zenith of a given place, it is necessary that the place should not exceed in latitude the declination of the luminary; in other words, it must be comprised within the degrees 0@ and 28@ of lat.
Looking to America; in the northern half, ice-borne fragments of rock have been observed on the eastern side as far south as lat.
shouted Major Hartmann; “ titn’t I tell you, lat, dat Marmatuke Temple vas a friend dat woult never fail in ter dime as of neet?
You ought to know, Mlaxon, lat you no can makee a Blulan.
The parts on selecting and implementing LATs will likely be useful to readers because the authors give sufficient details, examples, and practical steps.
The contracts for the NSW LATs expire on December 4 and January 16.