[ pee-at, -aht ]
/ ˈpi æt, -ɑt /
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a spring-powered British antitank weapon of World War II, mounted on a tripod and capable of firing a 2½-pound (1-kilogram) bomb up to 350 yards (320 meters).
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Origin of Piat
P(rojector) i(nfantry) a(nti)t(ank)
Words nearby Piat
Piarist, pias., piassava, piaster, piastre, Piat, Piatigorsky, Piatra Neamt, Piauí, Piave, piazza
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How to use Piat in a sentence
That academic period built at Chartres merely the semi-detached chapel of St. Piat, to which a stair ascends from the ambulatory.How France Built Her Cathedrals|Elizabeth Boyle O'Reilly
The bracket of the tympanum of the doorway at the top of the staircase once supported a statue of S. Piat.
For the crypt and the Chapel of S. Piat have already been described at length.
In 299 it was the scene of the martyrdom of St. Piat, who founded a church on the site of the cathedral.The Spell of Flanders|Edward Neville Vose