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slat

 (slăt)
n.
1. A narrow strip of metal or wood, as in a Venetian blind.
2. A movable auxiliary airfoil running along the leading edge of the wing of an airplane.
3. slats Slang The ribs.
tr.v. slat·ted, slat·ting, slats
To provide or make with slats: slatting the back of a chair.

[Middle English sclat, from Old French esclat, splinter, probably of Germanic origin.]

slatted

(ˈslætɪd)
adj
made using narrow strips of wood, metal etc
See also slatted floor
Translations
ذو شَرائِح من الخَشَب أو المَعْدَن
žaluziový
lécezett
sem er meî renningum, ræmum
žalúziový
çıtalı

slatted

[ˈslætɪd] ADJde tablillas, hecho de listones

slatted

[ˈslætɪd] adj [chairs, seats] → à lattes
slatted window blinds → persiennes slatted floorslatted floor ncaillebotis m

slatted

adj ? slataus Leisten/Latten/Stäben bestehend; a slatted fenceein Lattenzaun m

slatted

[ˈslætɪd] adja stecche

slat

(slӕt) noun
a thin strip of wood, metal etc.
ˈslatted adjective
having, or made with, slats. a slatted door.
References in classic literature ?
The lashed wheel groaned and kicked softly, the riding-sail slatted a little in the shifts of the light wind, the windlass creaked, and the miserable procession continued.
Kama stood outside by the sled, a long, narrow affair, sixteen inches wide and seven and a half feet in length, its slatted bottom raised six inches above the steel-shod runners.
Just now she was tossing on the bosom of a big ocean, with nothing to keep her afloat but a miserable wooden hen-coop that had a plank bottom and slatted sides, through which the water constantly splashed and wetted her through to the skin
Then the gag swung to the side with an abrupt swiftness, the great sail boomed like a cannon, and the three rows of reef-points slatted against the canvas like a volley of rifles.
Habitat Max slatted audio visual unit in oak PS400 from www.
Usually slatted, like Venetian blinds, plantation shutters are fitted to the window and so block out more light than blinds when the slats are closed (providing the shutters cover the whole window).
Store the rest in wooden slatted trays to help the air circulate, or use slatted wooden plant boxes with bricks between them.
To add some architectural sizzle, LTL designed a new slatted cedar screen that envelopes the existing facade and makes the building appear less utilitarian and more inviting.
Its design was carefully considered by the Batesons and they chose a single-span shed which is open on three sides with a plastic slatted floor with enough clearance underneath to allow mucking out with a small tractor and scraper.
The polar white finish looks great and we like the slatted front and curved opening detail.
Its wooden slatted base is sprung, which distributes weight more evenly than a conventional base, and costs pounds 275 for a double, excluding mattress (0845 600 7000, www.
With its slatted cedar cladding and expressively articulated pine structure, it might even be Scandinavian, a tribute to the general level of execution.