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feline

adjective uk   /ˈfiː.laɪn/ us  
belonging or relating to the cat family: feline leukaemia appearing or behaving like a cat: She had pretty, almost feline features.

feline

noun [C] uk   /ˈfiː.laɪn/ us  
a member of the cat family: a wildlife park with tigers and various other felines
Translations of “feline”
in Korean 고양이 같은…
in Arabic سَنّوري, كالقِطّ…
in French félin…
in Turkish kedigillerden olan, kedi gibi…
in Italian felino…
in Chinese (Traditional) 貓科的, 似貓的, 貓狀的…
in Russian кошачий…
in Polish koci…
in Spanish felino…
in Portuguese felino…
in German katzenartig…
in Catalan felí…
in Japanese ネコの, ネコのような…
in Chinese (Simplified) 猫科的, 似猫的, 猫状的…
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