[nat-ee] /ˈnæt i/
adjective, nattier, nattiest.
neatly or trimly smart in dress or appearance; spruce:
a natty white uniform.
adjective -tier, -tiest
(informal) smart in appearance or dress; spruce; dapper: a natty outfit
1785, “neat, smart,” originally slang, perhaps an altered form of 16c. nettie “neat, natty,” from Middle English net “pure, fine, elegant” (see neat). Related: Nattily.
Neat; spruce; stylish: The fitted shirt gave him a natty appearance/ A natty convertible (1806+)
- Nat turner
[tur-ner] /ˈtɜr nər/ noun 1. Frederick Jackson, 1861–1932, U.S. historian. 2. Joseph Mallord William [mal-erd] /ˈmæl ərd/ (Show IPA), 1775–1851, English painter. 3. Joseph Vernon (“Big Joe”) 1911–85, U.S. jazz and blues singer. 4. Nat, 1800–31, American black slave leader: led uprising of slaves in Southampton County, Virginia, 1831.
- Natural antibody
natural antibody nat·u·ral antibody (nāch’ər-əl, nāch’rəl) n. See normal antibody.
[nach-er-uh l-bawrn, nach-ruh l-] /ˈnætʃ ər əlˈbɔrn, ˈnætʃ rəl-/ adjective 1. . 2. by virtue of one’s nature, qualities, or innate talent: a natural-born musician. adjective 1. being as specified through one’s birth: a natural-born Irishman adjective having a position or status from birth adj. 1580s, from natural (adj.) + born. adjective Total; absolute; innate: […]
noun 1. a natural limestone bridge in western Virginia. 215 feet (66 meters) high; 90 feet (27 meters) span. noun 1. a national monument in SE Utah containing three natural bridges. Largest, 222 feet (68 meters) high; 261 feet (80 meters) span.