-You better pray to the Atte then.
The walker features six articulated legs for propulsion. The legs are low to the ground, which reduces the walker's top speed but does provide it with increased stability. The body of the walker consists of two armored halves connected by a flexible sleeve that increases its mobility on the field.
The front of the walker is lined with four ball-turret laser cannons, while a single heavy projectile cannon is turret-mounted on the vehicle's dorsal surface. Its rear fire arc is protected by a pair of laser cannon turrets. Though the walker's armor can easily deflect small arms fire, tanksmasher rockets can pierce an AT-TE's armor and destroy its complex propulsion mechanisms.
it's a verb, most often used without last n because it's slang
wij hebben geat/we have geat
note: a is pronounced differently in dutch as in english
person 2: atte atte!
person 3 joins in yelling atte
person 1 chugs what's remaining of the beer