pant

2
[ pant ]
/ pænt /

adjective

of or relating to pants: pant cuffs.

noun

Origin of pant

2
First recorded in 1890–95; singular of pants
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British Dictionary definitions for pantest

pant

/ (pænt) /

verb

to breathe with noisy deep gasps, as when out of breath from exertion or excitement
to say (something) while breathing thus
(intr often foll by for) to have a frantic desire (for); yearn
(intr) to pulsate; throb rapidly

noun

the act or an instance of panting
a short deep gasping noise; puff

Word Origin for pant

C15: from Old French pantaisier, from Greek phantasioun to have visions, from phantasia fantasy
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Medicine definitions for pantest

pant

[ pănt ]

v.

To breathe rapidly and shallowly.
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