Translation of feline in Spanish:

feline

felino, adj.

Pronunciation: /ˈfiˌlaɪn//ˈfiːlʌɪn/

adjective

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    Zoology
    felino
    our feline friends nuestros amigos los gatos
    • The cat and the dog belong to different families: canine and feline.
    • My mother began to feed the neighborhood cats so that we developed a fair size feline family outside.
    • Your cat is currently vaccinated for distemper, rabies, feline leukemia and any other syndrome for which there is a form of prevention.
    • From the other side of the bushes, a powerful, feline shape emerged: a leopard.
    • And the feline family ‘plays’ with its food before eating it, taunting and chasing their prey.
    • To test cats for feline leukemia virus and immune deficiency virus, vets check for the presence of the virus itself, not the antibody levels.
    • Humans have long imitated feline attributes and graces.
    • Healthy rats - even those bred for hundreds of generations in the laboratory - show distinct anxiety around feline odors.
    • Having just recently lost a very favourite feline member of our household, the title caught my eye immediately.
    • My cat, being a fully paid-up member of the fastidious feline world, now refuses to eat anything else.
    • Their front canine teeth are large and feline, perfect for grasping prey and slashing it open.
    • And Sam does not like cats so a family with feline pets would not be suitable.
    • She had four legs with large clawed paws beneath her white-furred feline shape.
    • I had no points of reference, all I remember are androgynous, anonymous feline shapes emerging from barn doors.
    • At the masquerade party, my head was covered with a black skullcap with cute little feline ears.
    • He realized that they were feline in shape almost like a cat, though much longer than any cat he had ever seen.
    • He was a big man, yet stroked the ball with an almost feline grace.
    • Her lithe body moved with an ethereal fluidity and feline grace.
    • A wad of linen is painstakingly molded into the precise shape of a feline nose.
    • My favorite shot in the film is near the end when the women are all hugging each other on the escalator, just acting with a sort of animal, feline grace.
    • Unafraid and unhurried, the great black beast padded silently down the centre of the trail, not quite a cat but a fluid feline shape.
    • There were two eyes, oval in shape and quite feline in their appearance, riding above a long, thin, pointed nose.
    • It was a curious face, comely and yet feline, with a subtle suggestion of cruelty about the straight, strong little mouth and chubby jaw.
    • Its design studio has to style cars with the sinuous, feline grace that defines the brand, while making sure new offerings look fresh.
    • Hitting the ground with feline grace, he propelled himself to the right, gaining some distance from his assailant and ending the first round of combat.
    • Marc walked by me and leaned upon the mantle with his familiar feline grace that never ceased to impress me.
    • The door opened to reveal Jade walking into my room with her feline grace.
    • Despite this, he was young and strong-looking, with a feline sort of grace.
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    (cat-like)
    (cunning/grace/stealth) felino

noun

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    felino masculine