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stat

(stæt)
1. n. a thermostat. (see also stats.) I’m afraid you need a new stat.
2. and STAT mod. a medical notation meaning “immediately.” (From Latin statim “immediately.”) The order is marked stat, so do it now.

STAT

verb
See stat

stats

(stæts)
n. statistics. The stats are expected to show that the trade balance is growing steadily worse.
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