Traducción de frat en Español:

frat

residencia universitaria, n.

Pronunciación /fræt//frat/

nombre

EEUU
coloquial

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    (building)
    residencia universitaria femenino
    colegio mayor masculino España
    • Researchers found that the image of a typical college student as a drunken frat boy is largely a myth.
    • Instead we went to a frat party, and honestly, I'm pretty sure that offing ourselves would have almost been better.
    • Beer may be fit for frat boys, and wine good for dinner parties, but I'm a sophisticated drunk.
    • One day I'm talking to one of them and we start talking about frats and frat parties.
    • Perhaps as a backlash against political intolerance, dumbass frat boy chic now appears to be king.
    • There still may be a few frat guys who do fit the mold of the beer-drinking, womanizing partiers.
    • So the atmosphere was both hyped and relaxed, like a giant frat party where everybody knows and likes each other.
    • Whatever, but we better not go to some party at some college frat house.
    • When will you guys learn that my people throw better parties than drunken frat boys?
    • It starts feeling like one of those frat parties that no one really enjoys, but keep talking about afterwards.
    • When the police questioned the frat boys, they found a videotape that showed many of the evening's events.
    • When someone joins a team or a unit of soldiers or a frat house, they go in knowing and expecting the hazing and torture.
    • It's the type of music that you'd expect in the background of a frat party or at a suburban music venue.
    • When I was in college, one of the girls in my dorm was pledging a sorority and happened to mention that she was going to a big frat party.
    • Nevertheless, college masters still complained that fraternity men felt more allegiance to their frats than to their colleges.
    • They had met at some frat party in college and they were both drunk.
    • Rachel was dressed for a frat party in the next picture, taken during her junior year of college.
    • One band had snaked their way into the bill through the promoter - a frat rock funk band.
    • A couple of frat members came along to say that their frats didn't haze and only the bad ones did.
    • Sadly, in both the media's portrayal of frats and the public's common misconceptions surrounding the fraternity system, this definition is often forgotten.
  • 2

    (student)
    residente de colegio mayor masculino
    colegial masculino España