Definition of squat
What is the definition of "squat"?
1. To sit in a crouching position with knees bent and the buttocks on or near the heels.
2. To crouch down, as an animal does.
3. To settle on unoccupied land without legal claim.
4. To occupy a given piece of public land in order to acquire title to it.
1. To put (oneself) into a crouching posture.
Use "squat" in a sentence
"The hope was to revive the city's 19th-century fabric, but the result has been block after block of plain squat structures, many desi gned, much to their chagrin, by the world's greatest architects. illustration by Jean-Manuel Duvivier After taking in the model, I went upstairs to have a chat with his successor, a Swiss architect named Regula L ü scher, who had been Z ü rich's city planner before she came here."
"Ha, I don't want to hear squat from the DUMOCRATS who like the crooked Clinton Family, the Idiot Pelosi, the Scmuck Obama, and the flaming Barney Frank."
"So it's unlikely we'll hear squat from the Cheneys now that their most loyal supporters are using gay people like Mary to gay-bait John Kerry."
Words like "squat" (synonyms)
How to Say "squat" in:
- Spanish: squat
- German: squat
- French: squat
- Mandarin: squat
- Japanese: squat
Words Like squat
NEARBY & RELATED ENTRIES
- leg exercise
- lodge in
- small indefinite quantity
- small indefinite amount