Meaning of at-at

at-at

Cebuano

v. 1. make an opening by pushing two sides apart. Midakù ang lungag sa kural kay íya mang giat-at ang alambri, There is a big hole in the fence because he pushed the wire strands apart; 2. bring something to public knowledge by telling the whole story. At-átun (iat-at) ku nang tanang líhuk nímu ngadtu ni Tátay, I’ll tell Father everything you did; 3. find out in complete detail, be found out. Ang ditiktib miat-at sa hinungdan sa súnug, The detective investigated in detail the cause of the fire. Nagkaat-at na ang mistiryu sa íyang pagkawā̀, The mystery of her disappearance is gradually coming to light.



at-at

Cebuano

see ak-ak.