[pet-uh-suh s] /ˈpɛt ə səs/
noun, plural petasuses.
a broad-brimmed hat worn by ancient Greek travelers and hunters, often represented in art as a winged hat worn by Hermes or Mercury.
a broad-brimmed hat worn by the ancient Greeks, such as one with wings on either side as traditionally worn by Mercury
/pəˈtɔːrɪst/ noun 1. another name for flying phalanger
[pi-tah-vee-uh s] /pɪˈtɑ vi əs/ noun 1. a walled plain in the fourth quadrant of the face of the moon: about 100 miles (160 km) in diameter from crest to crest.
[pet-kok] /ˈpɛtˌkɒk/ noun 1. a small valve or faucet, as for draining off excess or waste material from the cylinder of a steam engine or an internal-combustion engine. /ˈpɛtˌkɒk/ noun 1. a small valve for checking the water level in a steam boiler or draining condensed steam from the cylinder of a steam engine n. […]
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