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glatt

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English

Etymology

Romanization of Yiddish גלאַט (glat), smooth).

Adjective

glatt (not comparable)

Positive
glatt

Comparative
not comparable

Superlative
none (absolute)

  1. (Template loop detected: Template:context 1) Having none of a particular kind of adhesion on the outside of its lungs.
  2. (Template loop detected: Template:context 1) Having no ingredients from animals that are not glatt.

German

Etymology

Old High German glat

Pronunciation

Adjective

glatt (comparative glatter, superlative am glattesten) or
glatt (comparative glätter, superlative am glättesten)

  1. smooth
  2. sleek
  3. slick
  4. plain
  5. slippery
  6. clean (of a shave or cut)
  7. straight (of hair)
  8. flat-out

Swedish

Pronunciation

Adjective

glatt

  1. neuter form of glad
  2. smooth; possessing a low amount of friction

Adverb

glatt

  1. happily; in a happy and positive manner

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