wlat

Wlat - What does it mean?

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Slat vs Wlat - What's the difference?

slat | wlat |


As adjectives the difference between slat and wlat

is that slat is smooth while wlat is loathsome; hideous; disgusting.

Wlate vs Wlat - What's the difference?

wlate | wlat |


As a verb wlate

is to feel disgust (toward); loathe; abominate.

As an adjective wlat is

loathsome; hideous; disgusting.

Wlat vs Plat - What's the difference?

wlat | plat |


As an adjective wlat

is loathsome; hideous; disgusting.

As a noun plat is

plate, dish, platter.

Wlat vs Blat - What's the difference?

wlat | blat |


As adjectives the difference between wlat and blat

is that wlat is loathsome; hideous; disgusting while blat is .

Lat vs Wlat - What's the difference?

lat | wlat |


As a verb lat

is .

As an adjective wlat is

loathsome; hideous; disgusting.

Wat vs Wlat - What's the difference?

wat | wlat |


As a proper noun wat

is a medieval english given name, short for walter.

As an adjective wlat is

loathsome; hideous; disgusting.

Flat vs Wlat - What's the difference?

flat | wlat |


As adjectives the difference between flat and wlat

is that flat is having no variations in height while wlat is loathsome; hideous; disgusting.

As an adverb flat

is so as to be flat.

As a noun flat

is an area of level ground or flat can be (archaic|new england|now chiefly british) an apartment.

As a verb flat

is (poker slang) to make a flat call; to call without.

What vs Wlat - What's the difference?

what | wlat |


As a pronoun what

is (interrogative) which thing, event, circumstance, etc: used interrogatively in asking for the specification of an identity, quantity, quality, etc.

As an adverb what

is in some manner or degree; in part; partly; usually followed by with .

As an interjection what

is .

As a determiner what

is which; which kind of.

As a noun what

is (obsolete) something; thing; stuff.

As an adjective wlat is

loathsome; hideous; disgusting.