How to Pronounce qat?

Correct pronunciation for the word "qat" is [kˈat], [kˈat], [k_ˈa_t].

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"Qat" in context

Qat is a shrub native to the Arabian Peninsula and the Horn of Africa and is widely consumed in those parts of the world in the form of a mild stimulant drug. It is considered to have a range of both social and medicinal benefits. The qat leaves are chewed, usually in groups, as a way to relax, promote sociability, and pass time. Qat is usually taken as part of a social gathering and is said to provide an intense euphoric feeling.

Qat use dates back centuries and is part of the cultural heritage and traditional customs in the regions in which it is traditionally consumed.

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