There are 3 main translations of cat in Spanish

: cat1cat2CAT3

cat1

gato, n.

Pronunciation /kat//kæt/

noun

  • 1

    • 1.1(domestic animal)

      gato masculine
      gata feminine
      • A Cheshire cat grin spread across my face, ‘What, cat got your tongue?’
      • I simply nodded my head with a Cheshire cat grin.
      • I lay there, silent, watching her as a mouse watches the cat.
      • And a gentle trip around Christ Church gives Lewis Carroll fans a treat by re-discovering the real world of Alice and the Cheshire cat.
      • Cats and dogs also demonstrated their natural hunting instincts pricking up their ears when cats, mice and budgies came on the screen.
      • Deng Xiaoping once said that whether a cat is black or white, the cat that catches the mouse is a good cat.
      • She gave me a Cheshire cat grin and pecked my cheek.
      • Everyone winces a bit but Gray just sits there, giddily happy, grinning as if he were the Cheshire cat and someone had just complimented his invisibility.
      • We rustled through the branches like mice fleeing from a cat.
      • She opened her streaming, dead green eyes, grinning so widely that she looked like a Cheshire cat.
      • They play with people the way that a cat plays with a mouse.
      • Various species have been used as models of human asthma, including guinea pigs, mice, rats, cats, and dogs.
      • Just thinking about the moment makes her beam like a Cheshire cat.
      • The dogs are fiercely protective of our house while the cats keep the mouse population in check.
      • Far along in the distance one could see the cows frolicking in the fields, the birds soaring past the trees, and the cats taunting the field mice.
      • What do you want to ban next - fishing, dogs chasing cats, cats chasing birds and mice and playing with them till they die?
      • I can almost feel his Cheshire cat grin over my shoulder.
      • How, for example, does one represent the elusive Cheshire cat whose face disappears, leaving only its trademark grin?
      • She smiled at him again, looking like a Cheshire cat.
      • Domestic cats may breed much more frequently, as often as 3 times a year, as they are not typically limited by nutrition or climate.
      • There is a guy in Bedfordshire who has sold the world's most expensive cat - a cross breed between a domestic cat and a feral one.
      • We watched Alice in Wonderland, laughing at the silly Cheshire cat and Tweedle Dum and Tweedle Dee.
      • His grin reminded me of a Cheshire cat and I decided that a couple of kilometres over the limit wouldn't hurt too much.
      • Pedigree dogs and mongrels performed the same overall, but pedigree cats scored marginally higher than mixed breed cats on all the tests.
      • Only his outrage, like the grin of the Cheshire cat, is clear.
      • There is the hallucinogenic Cheshire cat and the sleeping doormouse in Alice in Wonderland.
      • We have domesticated dogs, cats, and birds, and have used horses as a means of transportation.
      • If a cat, mouse and dog could be made to live in harmony, and form a super-trio, well, mankind will have achieved the impossible.
      • The cat ran after the mouse and all the dishes came crashing down.
      • With Cheshire cat smiles, they claim they're only the messengers.
      • The largely Southeast Asian disease is commonly found in birds but also occurs in mammals like pigs, cats, and humans.
      • ‘Oh I'm sure I'll get over it one day,’ said Tom, stretching out like a cat and yawning widely.
      • Holding a couple of Persian cats in his lap, he says they are the most widely recognised cat breed.
      • The ultimate goal of the Socratic method is for the students to ask their own questions while the teacher does nothing at all, disappearing like the Cheshire cat, with a grin and a wave.
      • With the help of a decrepit Cheshire cat, Alice must battle the undead and the queen's guards in order to save Wonderland from a horrible fate.
      • He gave me a big Cheshire cat grin and a sudden, sloppy kiss.
      • But researchers have also stumbled across hints that cats were domesticated much earlier.
      • When I saw the exhibition at a second venue, the spare white gallery of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, the Cheshire cat was back, more vivid than ever.
      • ‘I think it would have been better if the Cheshire cat murdered everyone in the end,’ I said as we walked towards our car.
      • As I prepared to write this review, I learned Manxes are domestic cats with no tails bred on the Isle of Man.

    • 1.2(lion, tiger)

      felino masculine
      the big cats los felinos mayores
      • Lions are large cats with short, tawny coats, white underparts, and long tails with a black tuft at the end.
      • His works feature a variety of cats like the snow leopard, jaguar, tiger and lion in various settings.
      • Scientists say the last large cats to live and breed in the wild in Britain were lynx some 2,000 years ago.
      • The Jaguar is the largest cat native to the Western Hemisphere.
      • We've got African wild cats, the black-footed cat, on the farm and they inter-breed with these feral cats and it destroys the whole species.
      • Twice I had come across wild mountain cats, narrowly escaping death.
      • It was possible, he said, that it was a cat of the puma family.
      • New techniques for collecting information promise to further transform the study of cats in the wild.
      • Although the Department of Agriculture does not regulate the ownership of large wild cats as pets, state and local laws may apply in some situations.
      • According to the Yorkshire Post, the involvement of humans in the lynx's extinction means that the government is obliged to reintroduce the cats to the wild.
      • The Lynx is a medium-sized cat, similar to the bobcat, but appears somewhat larger.
      • Recent reported cheetah deaths suggest that some of the cats had their stomachs ripped open by hidden branches.
      • They are sexually dimorphic and male lions are the only cats with manes.
      • Roadkill has knocked an endangered cat, the ocelot, down to about 80 individuals in the U.S.
      • They say it's like the link between the small ocelot and the large cats like the lion and tiger.
      • He first entered the spotlight as a circus clown aged five and later trained exotic cats and became the show's wild animal trainer.
      • This was an American mountain lion also known as a cougar or puma, a cat the size of a leopard that was once rare and considered virtually harmless.
      • Cats will be cats and the lions despite feeding are still straying.
      • Now, the lions are a social cat, unlike that tiger that you saw in Columbus.
      • They had seen lynx cats wild in Spain and were sure they were not mistaken.

  • 2

    • 2.1informal (spiteful woman)

      arpía feminine
      • You sly little cat you.
      • As far as he was concerned she could stay with her mother for ever and they could be two jealous, spiteful old cats together for all he cared.

    • 2.2US slang dated (guy)

      tipo masculine informal
      • Don't you cats know this polka jazz is strictly from squaresville?
      • Master P (aka Percy Miller) is a down south cat, born and raised in downtown New Orleans.
      • Referring to some of the songs of that year, it complained that ‘some fellow gets shot, and his baby and his best friend both die with him, and some cat's crying or ready to die’.
      • I listen to the screams of drunks outside as they mix with the jazz of the cats on stage.
      • It's a sequel to last year's Masses, which found Spring Heel Jack collaborating with New York's most important underground jazz cats.
      • I also loved the sophistication and harmony of jazz, the melody and, of course, the great solos that jazz cats played.
      • The surprise is a cover of '‘Sunshine Of Your Love’' that's dedicated to Cream, who Jimi praises as ‘really groovy cats’.

  • 3informal


There are 3 main translations of cat in Spanish

: cat1cat2CAT3

cat2

noun

  • 1

    catalog; catalogue


There are 3 main translations of cat in Spanish

: cat1cat2CAT3

CAT3

TAC, n.

noun

  • 1

    TAC feminine

    computerized axial tomography