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MAT

MAT

multifocal atrial tachycardia; see chaotic atrial tachycardia, under tachycardia.

mat

1 abbreviation for maternity.
2 abbreviation for maturity.
3 abbreviation for maternal.

MAT

Abbreviation for:
maternal
mean arousal time
medical analysis tool
medical assistance team
metaphase anaphase transition
methionine adenosyltransferase
microagglutination test
microscopic agglutination test
multiagent therapy
multifocal atrial trachycardia (see there)
myeloablative therapy

MAT

Multifocal atrial trachycardia, see there.

MAT

Abbreviation for multifocal atrial tachycardia.

MAT

microscopic agglutination test.

mat

a localized, tight tangle of hairs, often seen in poorly groomed longhaired dogs and cats. They occur most commonly around the ears and on the legs, but in extreme cases, large areas of the body may be encased in a continuous mat.

mat rush
mat spurge
euphorbiadrummondii.
References in classic literature ?
I went again, bearing the mat containing the dead child in my right hand.
If I had had the luck to meet with such a wife as Mat found
Narau, hiding among the women and the mats, heard the impact of the blow and shuddered.
He stuck for the five goats and the sleeping mat for a matter of half an hour, while the hyenas sniffed and growled and laughed hideously.
The floor--for though the laboratory and the vestibule were tiled, The Yellow Room had a flooring of wood--was covered with a single yellow mat which was large enough to cover nearly the whole room, under the bed and under the dressing-table--the only piece of furniture that remained upright.
At last we reached a large and handsome building of bamboos, and were by signs told to enter it, the natives opening a lane for us through which to pass; on entering without ceremony, we threw our exhausted frames upon the mats that covered the floor.
Packages are then made, each containing twelve of these bales, seven at bottom, five at top, pressed close to each other, with the corded side upward, wrapped in mats and corded.
There was no furniture except the mats they used as beds, and a rocking-chair, which stood on the verandah.
The former housekeeper, old Mavra Kuzminichna, had stepped out of the crowd by the gate, gone up to a cart with a hood constructed of bast mats, and was speaking to a pale young officer who lay inside.
There are wonderful tidies on the chairs, and gay mats on the floor, and books and cards carefully arranged on a round table, and vases of dried grass on the mantel-piece.
It was the largest house in the village, ambitiously ornamented with fancy-plaited mats and king-posts carved into obscene and monstrous forms half-human and half-animal.
There were mats of woven grasses on the floor and the place was clean and neat; but his Majesty had no other furniture at all--perhaps because he didn't need it.