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frat

1. noun, slang A shortening of "fraternity," a social organization for male undergraduate students. I have no plans to join a frat in college—that lifestyle just doesn't appeal to me.
2. adjective, slang Relating to such a group. I went to a frat party last night, and it was pretty lame, honestly. If you're looking for Mike, you might want to check the frat house—he's usually there in the afternoons.

frat

(fræt)
1. n. a fraternity. (Collegiate.) Are you going to join a frat?
2. mod. having to do with fraternities and their members. (Collegiate.) Is there a frat party tonight?

frat-rat

n. a college fraternity member. (Derogatory.) The frat rats had a kegger that ended up a brawl.
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This guide, and the FRAT it contains, was developed by the NBAA Safety Committee's Single-Pilot Work Group (SPWG) to address the fatal accident rate of single-pilot business aircraft, which is higher than that of aircraft flown by professional two-pilot crews.
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Another Ig Noble Prize went to high school student-researcher Jillian Clarke, who applied the rigors of science to the rule known to every frat house resident: It is safe to eat food that has been in contact with a floor for no more than 5 seconds.
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Sid sees the frat where he can become the master and achieve control.'
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