Definition of 'mat'
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Most of us sleep on gym mats. Times, Sunday Times (2016) Put a beer mat over the glass. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Alternatively, you can use silicone mats. Times, Sunday Times (2016) Use a mat knife to cut a cavity for the camera. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Then suddenly a stack of bills landed on my door mat. The Sun (2014)She throws some exercise mats on the floor. Times, Sunday Times (2009)We sleep on mats on the wooden floors. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The class begins like any normal yoga class by putting down your mat and warming up. The Sun (2015)This mat is extra thick for added spinal support. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Others crochet and weave bags and mats out of the tape. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Buy premium fluffy towels and shower mat for use on viewing days only. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Nobody should pay for the floor mats. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Both women said that they were forced to sleep on mats in the kitchen. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Second, beds and pillows had replaced straw mats for sleeping. World History: Patterns of Change and Continuity (1995)She needs to be lying on the bath mat, completely covered by a big towel. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Visitors usually sleep on wood or concrete floors, so sleeping bags and mats are recommended. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Felicity is the last person who does English rush mats and carpets in the country. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Incredibly, five per cent of us still leave the front door key under the door mat. The Sun (2008)Bring your own torches, sleeping mats and bags and cooking equipment. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Lay down a tarpaulin, then put your sleeping mat and bedding on top of it. Times, Sunday Times (2010) Carpet mats can be 285 cheaper in shops than from dealerships. The Sun (2013)And Hanuman was still sleeping beneath his double robes, beneath his mats and thick blanket of snow. The Broken God (1993)
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Translations for 'mat'
British English: mat /mæt/ NOUN
A mat is a small piece of material which you put on a table to protect it from a hot plate or cup.
The food is served on big tables with mats.
- American English: mat
- Arabic: مَفْرَشُ الْطَاوِلَةِ
- Brazilian Portuguese: capacho
- Chinese: 席子
- Croatian: podložak
- Czech: podložka pod nádobí
- Danish: måtte
- Dutch: placemat
- European Spanish: esterilla
- Finnish: pieni matto
- French: tapis
- German: Matte
- Greek: χαλάκι εξώπορτας
- Italian: zerbino
- Japanese: マット
- Korean: 매트
- Norwegian: matte
- Polish: mata
- European Portuguese: capacho
- Romanian: suport farfurie
- Russian: коврик
- Spanish: esterilla
- Swedish: matta
- Thai: แผ่นรอง
- Turkish: paspas ayak silme
- Ukrainian: підставка під гаряче
- Vietnamese: miếng vải lót cốc trải
Definition of mat from the Collins English Dictionary
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