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How Do You Spell HAT?

Correct spelling for the English word "hat" is [h_ˈa_t], [hˈat], [hˈat]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Plural form of HAT is HATS

Definition of HAT

  1. A covering for the head; the dignity of a cardinal, from the red hat he wears.

Anagrams of HAT

2 letters

Common Misspellings for HAT

Below is the list of 516 misspellings for the word "hat".

Similar spelling words for HAT

Usage Examples for HAT

  1. He took his hat from the table, and stood with eyes turned from her, looking into the dying fire. - "The Awakening and Selected Short Stories" by Kate Chopin
  2. " I wish I had a hat on," she said. - "Outside Inn" by Ethel M. Kelley

What does hat stand for?

Abbreviation HAT means:

  1. Homework And Teachers
  2. Histone AcetylTransferase

Conjugate verb Hat

CONDITIONAL

I would hat
you would hat
he/she/it would hat
we would hat
they would hat

CONDITIONAL CONTINUOUS

I would be hating
you would be hating
he/she/it would be hating
we would be hating
they would be hating

CONDITIONAL PERFECT

I would have hat
you would have hat
he/she/it would have hat
we would have hat
they would have hat

CONDITIONAL PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I would have been hating
you would have been hating
he/she/it would have been hating
we would have been hating
they would have been hating

FUTURE

I will hat
you will hat
he/she/it will hat
we will hat
they will hat

FUTURE CONTINUOUS

I will be hating
you will be hating
he/she/it will be hating
we will be hating
they will be hating

FUTURE PERFECT

I will have hated
you will have hated
he/she/it will have hated
we will have hated
they will have hated

FUTURE PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I will have been hating
you will have been hating
he/she/it will have been hating
we will have been hating
they will have been hating

IMPERATIVE

you hat
we let´s hat

NONFINITE VERB FORMS

to hat

PAST

I hated
you hated
he/she/it hated
we hated
they hated

PAST CONTINUOUS

I was hating
you were hating
he/she/it was hating
we were hating
they were hating

PAST PARTICIPLE

hated

PAST PERFECT

I had hated
you had hated
he/she/it had hated
we had hated
they had hated

PAST PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I had been hating
you had been hating
he/she/it had been hating
we had been hating
they had been hating

PRESENT

I hat
you hat
he/she/it hats
we hat
they hat

PRESENT CONTINUOUS

I am hating
you are hating
he/she/it is hating
we are hating
they are hating

PRESENT PARTICIPLE

hating

PRESENT PERFECT

I have hated
you have hated
he/she/it has hated
we have hated
they have hated

PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I have been hating
you have been hating
he/she/it has been hating
we have been hating
they have been hating
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