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1squat/ˈskwɑːt/verb
squatssquattedsquatting
1squat
/ˈskwɑːt/
verb
squatssquattedsquatting
Learner's definition of SQUAT  
[no object]
: to bend your knees and lower your body so that you are close to your heels or sitting on your heels— often + down
: to live in a building or on land without the owner's permission and without paying
2squat/ˈskwɑːt/noun
pluralsquats
2squat
/ˈskwɑːt/
noun
pluralsquats
Learner's definition of SQUAT  
[count] : a position in which your knees are bent and your body lowered so that you are close to your heels or sitting on your heels
[noncount]US slang : the least amount: anything at all
[count]chiefly British : an empty building that squatters live in
3squat/ˈskwɑːt/adjective
squattersquattest
3squat
/ˈskwɑːt/
adjective
squattersquattest
Learner's definition of SQUAT  
: short and thick
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