from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A card game for three persons that is played with 32 cards, sevens through aces.
- n. One of the combinations of cards occurring in this game.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A three-handed card game played with 32 cards, of which two constitute the skat (sense 2), or widow. The players bid for the privilege of attempting any of several games or tasks, in most of which the player undertaking the game must take tricks counting in aggregate at least 61 (the counting cards being ace 11, ten 10, king 4, queen 3, jack 2). The four jacks are the best trumps, ranking club, spade, heart, diamond, and ten outranks king or queen (but when the player undertakes to lose all the tricks, the cards rank as in whist). The value of hands depends upon the game played, trump suit, points taken, and number of matadores.
- n. A widow of two cards.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See scat.
- n. The German national card-game for three players.
Each player receives ten cards; two cards face down in the middle of the table form the '' skat ''.
De blev anlagt her, således at arbejdende klasse mennesker kunne blive sat ud af systemet, fordi de ville have krævet mere løn, og demokrati, rettigheder, nu dette EU-NWO fascisme takles disse mennesker til at gøre lav betaling arbejde her-og give service jobs til disse indvandrere eller unge, der ikke kræver ret meget, – og de ikke nødvendigvis betaler skat enten …?
But he had a mother who nursed him until he was two weeks and told him his skat didn't stink, so he doesn't understand that a South Chinese tiger-mother never praises, she only demands.
Before you could say skat, she'd put a wreath of some kind of white flowers on his head, and in five minutes they were off down the beach, like a couple of kids, holding hands and laughing.
I wonder what her parents did to her to mess her up like this. skat
One way scientists learn about animals is by studying their poop—also called “skat” or “dung.”
As he sat twiddling his – um – stick, he uttered up a mouthful of locker room skat, that offended a righteous few.
While bear supped he sat, Till not much left but hat, In the woods bear shat, Rendering california greenie bear skat.
Use this as monkey skat to fling at repugs for the coming elections.
She then pretends to skat into a microphone: “Huh-huh huhhuhhuhhuh.”
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