- “on his own BAT,” on his own account. Evident modification of the cricket term, “off his own bat,” though not connected therewith.—_See_ HOOK.
- to take an innings at cricket. To “carry out one’s BAT” is to be last in, _i.e._, to be “not out.” A man’s individual score is said to be made “off his own BAT.”
- pace at walking or running. As, “He went off at a good BAT.”
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