Pronunciation:  US [ðæt] UK [ðæt]
  • adj.The;;
  • pron.The who, (that has been referred to or known persons or things); introduce a clause
  • adv.Then, (that has been referred to or known persons or things); not very
  • conj.Raises clause and (represents) ... And, (expresses hopes or wishes)
  • WebThis;
used for introducing a clause that shows which person or thing you are talking about, or that gives more information about a specific person or thing; used after a superlative for stating in what situation the superlative is true; used after a word such as  all”  everything”  anyone” or  none” 
used after  so” or  such” to show the result of something 

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