Definition Of bats

verb

(of a person) crazy; insane.

I think the kid and I knew she was bats but she was a hoot to be with.

(of a team or a player in sports such as baseball) take in turns the role of hitting rather than fielding.

Ruth came to bat in the fifth inning

a mainly nocturnal mammal capable of sustained flight, with membranous wings that extend between the fingers and connecting the forelimbs to the body and the hindlimbs to the tail.

Small and furry, bats are the only mammals to have achieved powered flight.

a woman regarded as unattractive or unpleasant.

some deranged old bat

an implement with a handle and a solid surface, usually of wood, used for hitting the ball in games such as baseball, cricket, and table tennis.

Well, it turns out nobody officially tests balls hit by aluminum bats under game conditions.


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Example Of bats

  • But he was bats and incomprehensible before he took ill.

  • Either that, or she was bats .

  • He was bats for buying in the face of a housing downturn.

  • I think the kid and I knew she was bats but she was a hoot to be with.

  • She was bats and contrary, but she seemed to be self-aware and have a genuine sense of humour about her own battiness and contrariness.


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