Definitions for "slat "
A thin, narrow strip or bar of wood or metal; as, the slats of a window blind.
The individual strip of material in the manufacture of horizontal blinds.
The part of a horizontal blind which tilts open and closed.
a fixed or adjustable aerodynamic device mounted integrally with or immediately forward of the ram wing to create a "slot" effect along the leading edge; may be a canard.
Auxiliary aerofoil device; prevents airflow breakaway on wing or tail
a panel that extends from the front of the wing to make the wing bigger and produce more lift
Cold roll-formed or extruded member of which curtain id formed. Slats are formed so as o interlock and form a water-shedding surface.
An extruded or cold roll-formed continuos profile designed to interlock, fabricating a curtain.
Slat stands for "Sounds Like A Theramin". Slat allows you to use your mouse to adjust pitch and volume by waving the pointer over the interface. Tremolo and vibrato are adjustable. Slat is a JACK application.
Vegetable tanned sheepskin produced from a skin whose wool has been removed by the sweating process. Mazamet in France is a famous source of slats.
Keywords:  incite, set, see
To set on; to incite. See 3d Slate.
Keywords:  weir, paddle, lock, door, flow
A paddle, or small door, used to control the flow of water through a lock or weir.
Keywords:  lineup, test, system
system lineup and test
Keywords:  slap, violently, throw, beat, strike
To slap; to strike; to beat; to throw down violently.
One of the four realities. Shaped like a long rectangle.
Keywords:  roller, roman, shade, flat, wood
A long, flat piece of wood used at the base of either a roller or Roman shade.
Keywords:  timber, noun, larger, thin, piece
noun: a thin piece of timber connecting larger ones
Keywords:  split, crack
To split; to crack.
Keywords:  windows, bar, equip, close
equip or bar with slats; "Slat the windows"
close the slats of (windows)