from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Slang Crazy; insane.
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- n. Plural form of bat.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of bat.
- adj. Mad, insane.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Crazy; insane; loony; demented; batty.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Colic. See bot, etym.
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- adj. informal or slang terms for mentally irregular
Field wondered if the SARS virus might also be circulating in bats, and that eventually gave rise to the expedition led by Epstein, and the four that followed.
Rabies is fairly rare in bats, and they're amazing and very useful animals.
He hit .344 with 12 homers in 195 at-bats from the cleanup spot.
That way they know the streets will in the none to distance future, be safe for them and their loved ones, and they can go back to throwing brick bats from the side lines about nasty right wing authoritarin Police Forces, schools, courts, and Prisons.
The Englehart incarnation of bats is one that is plausible to have a successor for.
I've heard cricket players say the same thing about using a glove to catch a ball (the business side of their bats is pretty flat, though, so what do they know?).
His rate of one homer every 17.2 at-bats is tops on a power-hitting Rangers team.
The stuff about bats is VERY witty though. on August 7, 2008 at 4: 33 pm | Reply Rogerborg
A 'private bandwidth' for communication in bats: Evidence from insular horseshoe bats
His career slugging percentage in 1,332 at bats is .391.