miaow Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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miaownoun [C]

UK (US usually meow) uk   us   /ˌmiˈaʊ/
the high ​cryingsound of a ​cat
miaow
verb [I] uk   us  
A ​cat was miaowing ​pitifullyoutside the ​door.
(Definition of miaow from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “miaow”
in Korean 고양이가 내는 소리, 야옹…
in Arabic مُواء…
in Malaysian mengiau…
in French miauler…
in Russian мяуканье…
in Chinese (Traditional) 咪咪叫聲,喵喵叫聲…
in Italian miao…
in Turkish miyav, kedi sesi…
in Polish miau…
in Spanish maullar…
in Vietnamese tiếng meo meo (mèo)…
in Portuguese miau…
in Thai ร้องเมี้ยว ๆ…
in German miauen…
in Catalan miol…
in Japanese ニャーオ(ネコの鳴き声)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 咪咪叫,喵喵叫…
in Indonesian mengeong…
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