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mouse

noun /maus/ ( plural mice /mais/)
any of several types of small furry gnawing animal with a long tail, found in houses and in fields.
ratón
(computing) a device that is used to move the cursor on a computer screen and to give instructions to a computer.
ratón
mousy adjective (of hair) dull brown in colour/color.
castaño claro
timid; uninteresting
tímido
a mousy little woman.
mousehole noun a hole made or used by mice.
ratonera
mousetrap noun a mechanical trap for a mouse.
ratonera
Translations of “mouse”
in Korean 쥐, (컴퓨터) 마우스…
in Arabic فأر, فأرة…
in French souris…
in Italian topo, mouse…
in Chinese (Traditional) 動物, 鼠…
in Russian мышь (компьютерная), мышь…
in Turkish (bilgisayar) kumanda aleti, mouse, fare…
in Polish myszka, mysz…
in Portuguese camundongo, mouse…
in German die Maus, die Mauszeiger…
in Catalan ratolí…
in Japanese ネズミ, (コンピュータ)マウス…
in Chinese (Simplified) 动物, 鼠…
(Definition of mouse from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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