lats

[lats]
plural noun Informal.
latissimus dorsi muscles.

Origin:
by shortening

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lat

1 [laht]
noun, plural lats, lati [lah-tee] .
a former silver coin of Latvia, equal to 100 santimi.

Origin:
1920–25; < Latvian lats, equivalent to Lat(vija) Latvia + -s nominative singular noun ending

lat

2 [lat] .
noun Informal.

Origin:
by shortening

lât

[laht] .
noun Architecture.
(in India) a monolithic stamba.

Origin:
1790–1800; < Hindi lāṭ, lāṭh

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

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Medical Dictionary

LATS abbr.
long-acting thyroid stimulator

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lats definition

[læts]
  1. n.
    the latissimus dorsi; the muscles of the back. (Bodybuilding.) : Your lats are coming along fine. Now let's start working on your delts.
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Abbreviations & Acronyms
LAT
local-area transport
LATS
long-acting thyroid stimulator
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Well-pumped lats and pecs bulge out of a short polo-necked torso.
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