when u disagree with what someone says or u just want to take the piss.

When said pitch of voice should go up and should have a puzzled expression on your face,as if u are trying to tell them "wtf are you on about!!!"
andy: Did you see west ham yesterday.

Shaane:erm... No mate west ham are shit.
by shaane September 24, 2006
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used as a 'put down' when directed at any individual,group or suggestion by an individual. Is always said with a blank faced expression and a monotone voice to indicate your utter contempt and disdain for someones suggestion or action.
a)person A: Hi, can i sit here?
person B: no mate

b)Person A: Oh, here comes Trent,
Person B: Yeah, hes such a 'nomate'

by Trent September 24, 2003
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An English term used to address someone who is a friend. Can also be used in a passive aggressive manner to address someone you dislike.
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Mating is the action of male and female animals having sex (or breeding) to reproduce, and procreate.

Animals, including Humans mate with members of the opposite sex within their own species due to a desire for sexual pleasure, love, and the need to propagate the next generation.

Without Mating no Human being would be alive. Thus Mating is technically essential to the existence of Humans (and the vast majority of other animals).

Heterosexual sex is the only kind of sex that can be described as Mating.
If your Mother and Father had not participated in mating with each other, you would not be alive.
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Slang for "friend" used in New Zealand, Britain, Australia and Tasmania
"What's goin' on mate?!"
by Daniel September 22, 2004
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A multipurpose word in Australian cultural context which can denote friendly affectation or alternatively, threat depending on the context in which it is used.

Australian culture can be confusing to outsiders when they call those they like, cunts, and those they dont like, mate.

Its all in the tone and context.
1: (friendly greeting) How ya goin mate.
2: (threat) I wouldn't try that if I were you,...mate!
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1. This is my mate Eddie.
2. This is my mate Eddie.
by louis October 18, 2001
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