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- past of eat
1(in the Philippines) an elder sister:‘my ate is always there for me’
- 1.1 Used as a polite title or form of address for an older woman:‘Ate Delita takes care of her elderly mother’‘it's good to see you again, Ate’
- 1.1 Used as a polite title or form of address for an older woman:
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