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  • Cat | Definition of Cat by Merriam-Webster

    These example sentences are selected automatically from various online news sources to reflect current usage of the word 'cat.' Views expressed in the examples do not ...

  • Cat definition and meaning | Collins English Dictionary

    Cat definition: A cat is a furry animal that has a long tail and sharp claws . Cats are often kept as... | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples

  • Cat - Idioms by The Free Dictionary

    cat 1. n. a fellow; a guy; a dude. Now, this cat wants to borrow some money from me. What should I do? 2. in. to empty one’s stomach; to vomit. Looks like somebody ...

  • Cat - definition of cat by The Free Dictionary

    CAT abbr. 1. clear-air turbulence 2. computerized axial tomography cat (kăt) n. 1. a. A small domesticated carnivorous mammal (Felis catus), kept as a pet and as ...

  • What is the opposite of cat - WordHippo

    Your browser does not support audio. What is the opposite of cat? The word cat often refers to a small, domesticated, feline mammal that is commonly kept as a pet.

  • What is the origin of the word cat? - Quora

    This isn’t an answer to your question, which was so ably answered by the previous posts. But it put me in mind of this information, which I hope you find interesting.

  • cat | Definition of cat in English by Oxford Dictionaries

    Definition of cat - a small domesticated carnivorous mammal with soft fur, a short snout, and retractable claws. It is widely kept as a pet or for cat

  • Let the cat out of the bag Synonyms, Let the cat out of ... the cat out of the bag

    Synonyms for let the cat out of the bag at with free online thesaurus, antonyms, and definitions. Find descriptive alternatives for let the cat out of ...

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  • CatStuff: Cat-Related Idioms / Phrases and their Origin

    The English word cat dates from before 900A.D. - comes from the Old English words: catt (male ...

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