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A slat is a long, thin, flat piece of material (typically lumber or plastic).
Slat or slats may also refer to:
Arts and entertainment
- a character in the American comic strip Abbie an' Slats
- Slats Grobnik, a character created by American newspaper columnist Mike Royko
- Slats, the original Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer movie studio lion
- Slat, a work by American minimalist sculptor Richard Serra (born 1939)
- AQM-127 SLAT (Supersonic Low-Altitude Target), a United States Navy target drone
- SLAT (Slow, Low, Aerial Target), a pejorative nickname for the Fairchild Republic A-10 Thunderbolt II aircraft
- SLAT (Systeme de Lutte Anti-Torpille), a naval anti-torpedo system - see for example FREMM multipurpose frigate
- Second Level Address Translation, a computer technology
- Software Liberty Association of Taiwan, a member of the Free Standards Group
- Glen Sather (born 1943), Canadian National Hockey League team president and former coach and general manager
- Slats Gill (1901-1966), American basketball and baseball head coach at Oregon State University
- Glenn Hardin (1910-1975), American hurdler, 1936 Olympic gold medalist
- Slats Long (1906–1964), American jazz clarinetist
- Michael Slater (born 1970), Australian television presenter and former cricketer
- Max Zaslofsky (1925-1985), American National Basketball Association player and American Basketball Association coach
- Boyan Slat (born 1994), Dutch inventor, entrepreneur and engineering student
- Slat, Kentucky, United States, an unincorporated community
- A rarely used alternate name for a slash (/)
- All pages beginning with "slat"
- All pages with titles containing slat
- Slit (disambiguation)
- Slot (disambiguation)
- Slut (disambiguation)
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