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mouse

noun   /maʊs/ ( plural mice /maɪs/)
A2 a small animal with fur and a long, thin tail ratón
A2 a thing that you move with your hand to control what a computer does ratón
(Definition of mouse from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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
(Definition of mouse from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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