Translation of pussycat in Spanish:


minino, n.

Pronunciation /ˈpʊsɪkat//ˈpʊsikæt/



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    minino masculine informal
    minina feminine informal
    gatito masculine informal
    gatita feminine informal
    • Doctors talk of such cancers as being either pussycats or aggressive and invasive tigers.
    • It was spotted in a garden in Upper Rosses playing with two friendly pussycats.
    • Today, the tigress is a pussycat, with occasional claws.
    • He did cute tinted drawings of pussycats, cupids, flowers and ladies' boots, with texts in a kind of ornamental handwriting.
    • If you did not like pictures of cuddly teddies and pussycats when you were carefree and childless, there is no good reason for you to like them now.
    • Tildy the pussycat is in a bit of a flap after these fluffy ducklings decided to set up home - in her fur!
    • Along the way, he disturbs three sleeping pussycats.
    • But when her sweet, sensitive side comes out, she's as gentle as a pussycat.
    • From my third floor window, I watch pussycats patrolling their domain.
    • So what if pussycats and tigers originate from the same species?
    • Well look out boys because when my little pussycat started doing that I had him altered the very next day.
    • It's more of a scarred old tomcat than a pussycat, but deserves a mention nonetheless.
    • You see ingenious ways to turn the wildcats at work into pussycats.