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pratt

1. slang An irritating, incompetent, ineffectual fool. Primarily heard in UK. That pratt wouldn't know how to change a tyre if his life depended on it. A: "And then he said that he wouldn't move in unless she stayed home and cooked for him." B: "What an absolute pratt."
2. slang The buttocks. I gave him a right old kick in the pratt.
3. vulgar slang A vagina. I hate going to the gynecologist and having some stranger look at my pratt.

prat(t)

n. the buttocks. Get out before I kick you in the pratt.
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