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pet

noun /pet/
a tame animal etc, usually kept in the home
animal doméstico/de compañía, mascota
She keeps a rabbit as a pet (also adjective) a pet rabbit/goldfish.
(British ) (especially of children) a delightful or lovely person (used also as a term of affection)
cielo, ángel, cariño, sol
Isn’t that baby a pet? Would you like some ice-cream, pet?
pet name noun a particular name used to express affection
nombre cariñoso
His pet name for her was ’Kitten’.
(Definition of pet from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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