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Definitions of bat:

part of speech: present participle

To use a club in baseball or cricket.

part of speech: noun

A heavy stick; a piece of wood broader at one end than at the other; the management of a bat at play; cotton in sheets for quilting; a piece of brick.

part of speech: verb

To play with a bat at cricket.

part of speech: verb transitive

To hit or strike.

part of speech: noun

Name of a small animal like a mouse, but with wings without feathers, which only comes abroad at night.

part of speech: verb intransitive

Batted.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To use the bat in cricket:- pr. p. batting; pa. p. batted.

part of speech: verb transitive, intransitive

To wink.

part of speech: noun

A heavy stick for beating or striking: a club for striking the ball in base- ball and cricket: a piece of brick.

part of speech: past tense, past participle

Batting.

part of speech: noun

A heavy wooden stick or club; the wooden club used in baseball, cricket, and similar games; a batsman; a brickbat or part of a brick; a nocturnal flying creature which has a soft furry body, and wings formed by a skin stretched between the fingers, legs, and tail, and which feeds on insects.

part of speech: noun

An animal with a body like a mouse, but which flies on wings attached to its fore- feet.

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