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Translation of "cat" - English-Spanish dictionary

cat

noun   /kæt/
A1 an animal with fur that is kept as a pet gato
let the cat out of the bag
to tell people secret information, often without intending to irse de la lengua
(Definition of cat from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

cat

noun /kӕt/
a small, four-legged, fur-covered animal often kept as a pet gato a Persian/Siamese cat.
a large wild animal of the same family (eg tiger, lion etc) felino the big cats.
catty adjective ( comparative cattier, superlative cattiest)
spiteful, malicious malicioso She’s catty even about her best friend catty remarks.
catcall noun
a shrill whistle showing disagreement or disapproval silbido The minister was greeted by catcalls from the crowd. .
catfish noun ( plural catfish)
any of a family of scaleless fish with long feelers round the mouth. bagre
catgut noun
a kind of cord made from the intestines of sheep etc , used for violin strings etc. cuerda de tripa
Catseye noun
(trademark ) (British) a small, thick piece of glass fixed in the surface of a road to reflect light and guide drivers at night. catadióptico
catsuit noun
a woman’s close-fitting one-piece trouser suit prenda ajustada que cubre todo el cuerpo The singer was wearing a bright pink catsuit.
cattail noun
a tall plant that grows in wet places, with flowers shaped like a cat’s tail. tifácea, espadaña
catwalk noun
a long stage that models walk along at a fashion show Pasarela (also adjective) She’s a catwalk model.
a narrow structure for people to walk on, built high up on the inside or outside of a building. Pasarela
let the cat out of the bag
to let a secret become known unintentionally irse de la lengua We wanted it to be a surprise birthday party for her, but someone let the cat out of the bag.
(Definition of cat from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “cat”
in Korean 고양이…
in Arabic قِطّ…
in Malaysian kucing, keluarga kucing…
in French chat, chatte, félin…
in Russian кот, кошка, животное семейства кошачьих…
in Chinese (Traditional) 貓, 貓科動物…
in Italian gatto…
in Turkish kedi, kedigiller…
in Polish kot…
in Vietnamese con mèo, thú họ mèo…
in Portuguese gato…
in Thai แมว, แมวป่า…
in German die Katze, die Raubkatze…
in Catalan gat…
in Japanese ネコ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 猫, 猫科动物…
in Indonesian kucing, kucing besar…
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