Definition of grats in English:

grats

plural noun

informal
  • Congratulations.

    ‘he played very well so I think grats are due’
    as exclamation ‘grats to all four teams!’
    • ‘Sounds really nice, grats on your new home!’
    • ‘Mucho grats to all the government people responsible for the recently completed roadwork on Thepprasit Road.’
    • ‘Grats on a great show!’
    • ‘I love your stroller giveaways, grats to the previous winners BTW!’
    • ‘Grats on finishing the project!’
    • ‘The winners are Christy Bella and Cheryl T. Grats, ladies!’
    • ‘Huge congrats to 6A on an excellent new release, and personal grats to Jay on his first feature release as Product Manager.’
    • ‘If you are on a good pay packet and can afford these for your home use, then great, grats to you.’
    • ‘Grats on doing your first Keynote address!’
    • ‘Nice read and grats; glad to see some people be frank and upfront.’

Origin

1920s: abbreviation.

Pronunciation

grats

/ɡrats/