sat

1
[ sat ]
/ sæt /

verb

a simple past tense and past participle of sit1.

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Definition for sat (2 of 5)

sat2
[ suht ]
/ sʌt /

noun Hinduism.

(in Vedic mythology) the realm of existence, populated by people and gods.Compare Asat.
Compare Sat-cit-ananda.

Origin of sat

2
<Sanskrit: literally, being

Definition for sat (3 of 5)

SAT

Trademark.

a set of standardized college admissions tests developed by the College Board, the principal one measuring mathematical and verbal reasoning, and others measuring knowledge in specific subject areas.
Compare ACT (def. 1).

Origin of SAT

originally an abbreviation of Scholastic Aptitude Test and later, Scholastic Assessment Test

Definition for sat (4 of 5)

sat.

saturate.
saturated.

Definition for sat (5 of 5)

Sat.

Saturday.
Saturn.
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British Dictionary definitions for sat (1 of 4)

sat1
/ (sæt) /

verb

the past tense and past participle of sit

British Dictionary definitions for sat (2 of 4)

sat2
/ (sʌt) /

adjective Southern African

very tired; exhausted
drunk

Word Origin for sat

Afrikaans

British Dictionary definitions for sat (3 of 4)

SAT

abbreviation for

(in the US) Scholastic Aptitude Test

British Dictionary definitions for sat (4 of 4)

Sat.

abbreviation for

Saturday
Saturn
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Medical definitions for sat

sat.

abbr.

saturate
saturation
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