cat

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{i} kedi

Bahçede kedini görüyorum. - I see your cat in the garden.

Onun bir kedisi var. Bu kedi beyazdır. - She has a cat. This cat is white.

{i} pisi (Argo)
{i} griva palangası
dedikoducu ve kinci kadın
bu oyunda kullanılan sopa
kıs. catalogue
cat-a
delikanlı
pişik
göcen
yayın balığı
{k} catalog/catalogue, catechism
(Askeri) kategori; kriz müdahele timi (category; crisis action team)
(Nükleer Bilimler) bilgisayarlı eksenel tomografi
büyük yelkenli kotra
çelik çomak oyunu
kedigiller familyasından herhangi bir hayvan
i. kedi. çat-and-doğ fight kedi köpek kavgası
ABD
vinç/kedigiller/kedi
{i} caz meraklısı kimse
{i} kinci kadın
{i} dedikoducu kadın
{i} kedi soyundan hayvan
pisi
kedin
cat snake
(Ticaret) Kedi gözlü yılan
cat's eye stone
Kedi gözü taşı
cat got your tongue?
(deyim) neden konuşmuyorsun?
cat got your tongue?
(deyim) dilini mi yuttun?
cat a mountain
yaban kedisi
cat burglar
hırsız

Kedi hırsız köşke çatıdan girmiş olmalı. - The cat burglar must have entered the mansion from the roof.

cat's eye
kedigözü
cat's eye
aynülhir
cat's eye
reflektör
cat's whisker
kedi bıyığı
cat's-paw
bir çeşit düğüm
cat and dog fight
kedi köpek kavgası
cat burglar
pencereden giren soyguncu
cat diseases
kedi hastalıkları
cat got your tounge
(deyim) Dilini mi yuttun?

If you are not able to speak or answer a question someone might ask if the cat has got your tongue.

cat hair
kedi tüyü
cat litter
(Tuvalet için) Kedi kumu, kedi kum kabı
cat lover
kedi aşık
cat mint
kedi nanesi
cat scan
(Tıp, İlaç) Bilgisayarlı tomografi ile alınmış görüntü

A CAT scan revealed he had suffered a stroke, causing permanent brain damage.

cat scratch board
Kediler için tırmalama tahtası
cat walk
kedi yürüyüş
cat's eye
Aynülhir (taş), kedi gözü taşı, kedigözü, fosforlu yol işareti, stop lambası(otomobil)
cat's pajamas
çat's pijama
cat's whisker
dedektör ibresi
cat-fish
kedi-balık
cat-headed
kedi kafalı
cat burglar
duvara tırmanıp giren hırsız
cat eyed
karanlıkta görebilen
cat foot
gizlice yaklaşmak
cat foot
sessizce sokulmak
cat ice
(Meteoroloji) kedi buzu
cat ice
ince buz tabakası
cat litter
kedi kumu
cat nap
şekerleme
cat o' nine tails
dokuz kamçılı kırbaç
cat scanner
(Nükleer Bilimler) bilgi işlemli tomografi tarayıcısı
cat scratch disease
(Tıp) Kedi tırmığı hastalığı, tipik birtularemi türü
cat suit
tulum şeklinde daracık giysi
cat whisker
dedektör ibresi
cat's eye
{i} kedi gözü taşı
cat's eye
{i} aynülhir (taş)
cat's eye
{i} fosforlu yol işareti
cat's paw
alet edilen kimse
cat's paw
maşa
be like a cat with nine lives
(Ev ile ilgili) Kedi gibi dokuz canlı olmak
ring-tailed cat
(Ticaret) halka kuyruklu kedi
catlike
{s} kedi gibi
be like a cat on hot bricks
(deyim) burnundan solumak
copy cat
(deyim) taklitçi kimse
curiosity killed the cat
(Atasözü) kediyi merak öldürür
curiosity killed the cat
(Atasözü) fazla merak kediyi öldürür
let the cat out of the bag
ağzından kaçırmak
let the cat out of the bag
ağzından baklayı çıkarmak
let the cat out of the bag
bir sırrı açıklamak
not enough room to swing a cat
(deyim) göt kadar yer
not enough room to swing a cat
(deyim) avuç içi kadar yer
not enough room to swing a cat
(deyim) kıç kadar yer
stroke a cat
kedisevmek
stroke the cat
kedi sevmek
wild cat
yaban kedisi
Manx cat
kuyruksuz bir kedi cinsi
Persian cat
Ankara kedisi
abyssinian cat
habeş kedisi
alley cat
sokak  kedisi
alley cat
sokak kedisi
be like a cat on tin roof
burnundan solumak
bell the cat
tehlikeli işi üzerine al
black cat
kara kedi

Kara kedileri sever misin? - Do you like black cats?

Kara kedilerin kötü şans getirdiklerine inanmıyorum. - I don’t believe that black cats cause bad luck.

fat cat
zengin adam
grin like a Cheshire cat
pişmiş kelle gibi sırıtmak
house cat
ev kedisi
jungle cat
orman kedisi
leopard cat
panter
let the cat out of the bag
baklayı ağzından çıkarmak
like a cat with nine lives
dokuz canlı
like cat and dog
kedi köpek gibi
like the cat that stole the cream
özünü beğenmiş
manx cat
man kedisi
not enough room to swing a cat
nereninse basırık olması
not enough room to swing a cat
boş yerin olmaması
not enough room to swing a cat
avuç içi kadar
not enough room to swing a cat
çok darıskal oda
not enough room to swing a cat
ayak koymaya boş yer yoktur
palm cat
misk kedisi
panther cat
panter
play cat and mouse with
kedi fare gibi oynamak
tabby cat
tekir kedi
tiger cat
kaplan
tortoiseshell cat
tekir kedi

Benim bir tekir kedim var. O çok sevecen. - I have a tortoiseshell cat. She is so affectionate!

true cat
gerçek kedi
use sb as a cat's paw
birini maşa olarak kullanmak
wait to see which way the cat will jump
yaş tahtaya basmamak
A cat may look at a king
(Atasözü) Bakan göze yasak olmaz
as mean as cat's piss
(deyim) Adı, uyduruk
bear cat
bear kedi
catlike
(sıfat) kedi gibi
dead cat bounce
(Finans) Hisse senedi piyasalarında önemli bir düşüşten sonra, düşüş eğilimini değiştirmeyen, geçici ve kısa dönemli küçük toparlanma
domestic cat
ev kedisi
exh. cat.
Sergi katalogundan
gray cat club
gri kedi club
let the cat out of the bag
(Konuşma dili) gizli bir şeyi söylemek; baklayı ağzından çıkarmak: - Don't let the çat out of the bağ!- Sakin ağzından kaçırma!
letting the cat out of the bag
(deyim) (Deyim) Dilinin altındaki baklayı çıkarmak
look like something the cat dragged in
(deyim) Berbat görünmek
no room to swing a cat in
hiçbir odada avuç içi kadar
pussy-cat
kedi-çat
scaredy cat
Korkak kedi, korkak, tırsmış

She is too much of a scaredy cat to sleep at nights in a room alone. Geceleri bir odada yalnız başına yatamayacak kadar korkak bir kedi o(kız).

scottish fold cat
scottish fold kedi
scratch cat
Sıfırdan kedi
she-cat
dışı kedi
the cat
kedi
ways to torture a cat
kedilere işkence yöntemleri
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Coital Alignment Technique
Civil Air Transport
Centre for Alternative Technology
Canadian Achievement Tests
Computer Aided Transceiver
chloramphenicol acetyltransferase
Career Aptitude Test
Citizenship Advancement Training
Computed axial tomography
Computer Aided Translation
Citizens Area Transit
Computer-adaptive test
Cambridge Antibody Technology
Credit Authorization Terminal
Cosmic Anisotropy Telescope
Computer-assisted translation
Counter Assault Team
Clear air turbulence
crisis assessment team
Common Admission Test
conidial anastomosis tube
The Caterpillar brand of heavy machinery
A diminutive of the female given name Catherine
To vomit something
Contraction of cat-o'-nine-tails

No room to swing a cat.

Any of a variety of earth-moving machines. (from their manufacturer Caterpillar Inc.)
A ‘catenate’ program and command in Unix that reads one or more files and directs their content to an output device
A sturdy merchant sailing vessel
A strong tackle used to hoist an anchor to the cathead of a ship
A spiteful or angry woman
A catamaran
A person (usually male)
An enthusiast or player of jazz
To flog with a cat-o'-nine-tails
The game of "trap and ball" (also called "cat and dog")
A catfish
Prostitute
To dump large amounts of data on (an unprepared target) usually with no intention of browsing it carefully
terrible, disastrous

The weather was cat, so they returned home early.

Any similar animal of the family Felidae, which includes lions, tigers, etc
To hoist (the anchor) by its ring so that it hangs at the cathead
A domesticated subspecies (Felis silvestris catus) of feline animal, commonly kept as a house pet
To apply the cat command to (a file)
The trap of the game of "trap and ball"
{i} feline, small furry mammal which is often kept as a pet; any of a number of large wild animals belonging the family felidae (lion, tiger, leopard, etc.); vicious or spiteful woman; (Slang) jazz player; (Slang) jazz fanatic; (Slang) guy, fellow
An animal of various species of the genera Felis and Lynx
A cat is a furry animal that has a long tail and sharp claws. Cats are often kept as pets
{n} a domestic animal, kind of ship, whip, fish
field of computer technology applications that automates or assists in translating text from one spoken language to another
a short form of Catherine
An old game; (a) The game of tipcat and the implement with which it is played
The domestic cat is Felis domestica
Credit Accumulation and Transfer Scheme CILT: Centre for Information on Language Teaching and Research Culture shock: "Anxiety relating to disorientation from exposure to a new culture" (Gass & Selinker, 1994: 237)
Refers to the public transport catamaran - a Brisbane City Council ferry - which services the Bulimba area today
a spiteful woman gossip; "what a cat she is!"
Cats are lions, tigers, and other wild animals in the same family. see also Cheshire cat, fat cat, wildcat
To bring to the cathead; as, to cat an anchor
The game of "trap and ball" (also called "cat and dog")"
any of several large cats typically able to roar and living in the wild
1 a lapwarmer with a built-in buzzer 2 a four footed allergen 3 a small, four-legged, fur-bearing extortionist 4 a small, furry lap fungus 5 a treat-seeking missile 6 a wildlife control expert 7 one who sleeps in old, empty pizza boxes 8 a hair relocation expert 9 an unprogrammable animal
If you say `There's no room to swing a cat' or `You can't swing a cat', you mean that the place you are talking about is very small or crowded. It was described as a large, luxury mobile home, but there was barely room to swing a cat. the British Government guide to standards for the Individual Saving Accounts ( ISA ) introduced in 1999. It stands for reasonable Cost, easy Access, decent Terms. or feline Any member of the family Felidae, the most highly specialized group of mammalian carnivores. Modern-type cats appeared in the fossil record about 10 million years ago. Cats in the genus Panthera (leopard, jaguar, tiger, and lion) roar but cannot purr, and their pupils are round. Other cats, including the snow leopard and cougar, can purr but do not roar; the pupil is usually vertical. Cats have sharp, retractable (except in the cheetah) claws, and their teeth are adapted for stabbing, anchoring, and cutting. They almost always land on their feet when they fall from a height. Most species are nocturnal, and their eyes are adapted for seeing in low light. Cats are known for their habit of grooming themselves with their rasplike tongue. Small cats have been domesticated for some 3,500 years (see domestic cat). Other cat species include the bobcat, caracal, lynx, ocelot, serval, and wildcat. Abyssinian cat Burmese cat calico cat cat's eye domestic cat house cat Kit Cat Club Maine coon cat Manx cat bear cat cat bear Persian cat sabre toothed cat Scottish fold cat shorthair cat Siamese cat sphynx cat Turkish Angora cat Turkish van cat Cats Jacobus Father Cats
an informal term for a youth or man; "a nice guy"; "the guy's only doing it for some doll"
a whip with nine knotted cords; "British sailors feared the cat"
beat with a cat-o'-nine-tails
Computerized (axial) tomography scan
feline mammal usually having thick soft fur and being unable to roar; domestic cats; wildcats a spiteful woman gossip; "what a cat she is!" beat with a cat-o'-nine-tails
A double tripod for holding a plate, etc
A person (usually male); dude (in its non-derogatory senses), guy, fella
concatenate files and print to standard output
Computer Adaptive Testing
CAT scan
The common acronym for computed axial tomography scan
CAT scans
plural form of CAT scan
cat and dog life
Unhappy married life
cat and mouse
A relationship in which two parties closely monitor and challenge one another in a suspicious or self-protective manner, often because each party is attempting to gain an advantage over the other

The hackers played a cat and mouse game with the computer's system administrators: The hackers kept trying new tricks, and the system administrators kept mounting electronic defenses to prevent damage and catch the hackers.

cat bear
A red panda, Ailurus fulgens
cat box
A box used to provide a soiling area for (usually) pet cats, generally filled with sand, clay chips, etc

Pregnant women are often advised to have someone else clean the cat box to reduce the risk of contracting toxoplasmosis.

cat boxes
plural form of cat box
cat burglar
A particularly stealthy burglar, especially one who gains undetected entry through their agility

The police were baffled by the exploits of a cat burglar who only stole from the upper floors of high-rise apartments.

cat burglars
plural form of cat burglar
cat flap
Small hinged panel, usually cut into a door, with an opening just big enough for a cat to enter

I let the cats out because they couldn't be arsed going through the cat flap. They were just sitting in front of the cat flap and yowling.

cat flaps
plural form of cat flap
cat food
A type of food specially formulated for the feeding of cats, typically composed of processed grain as dry food or canned fish as wet food

The cat ate the cat food.

cat got someone's tongue
Why are you not saying anything?

Why don't you tell me that secret? Cat got your tongue?.

cat house
a brothel

George shook himself. He said woodenly, If I was alone I could live so easy. His voice was monotonous, had no emphasis. I could get a job an' not have no mess. He stopped. Go on, said Lennie. An' when the enda the month come- An' when the end of the month came I could take my fifty bucks an' go to a... cat house... John Steinbeck. Of Mice and Men. Chapter 6.

cat in the meal tub
Alternative spelling of cat in the meal-tub
cat in the meal-tub
Something concealed; a hidden danger
cat in the sack
Something to be suspicious of
cat ladies
plural form of cat lady
cat lady
An elderly woman who devotes her time and attention to a domestic cat or cats
cat meat
Meat prepared to be given as food for a cat
cat meat
Cat eaten as meat
cat milk
Milk formulated to be suitable for cats
cat nap
A quick deliberate nap, a short amount of time spent sleeping
cat naps
plural form of cat nap
cat person
A person who keeps cats as pets
cat piss
any beverage of low quality
cat scratch fever
A relatively benign disease, characterized by swollen lymph nodes, caused by the bacterium Bartonella henselae normally carried by the cat flea Ctenocephalides felis
cat state
A superposition of the most extreme states possible in a system, by analogy with Schrödinger's cat which is in a superposition of "dead" and "alive"
cat states
plural form of cat state
cat stretch
a stretch position, naturally and comfortably assumed by a limber feline or imitated by human (notably as a gymnastic exercise), on all four with the back maximally arched and pointing upwards
cat that ate the canary
A person who appears self-satisfied or smug, especially while concealing something mischievous, prohibited, or private

I stood there looking like the cat that ate the canary. . . . But he knows me too well and pondered out loud what I had been up to.

cat that ate the canary
A person whose appearance and behavior suggest guilt mixed with other qualities, such as satisfaction or feigned nonchalance

Daley said that Tietjen, who lives in Middle Island, had the cat who ate the canary look when he was pulled over. The 32-year-old driver was apologetic, and never tried to dispute the ticket.

cat that swallowed the canary
Alternative form of cat that ate the canary
cat tree
A structure of platforms and scratching posts designed for a cat to play on
cat trees
plural form of cat tree
cat's cradle
A children's string game
cat's cradle
Any complicated structure which appears to be without purpose
cat's eye
A small reflective disc placed on a road surface as a marking that can be seen even at night
cat's game
A tie game
cat's meow
A self-satisfied person
cat's meow
A highly sought-after and fancy example of something

That new car was really the cat's meow.

cat's pajamas
Alternative spelling of cat's pyjamas
cat's paw
Alternative form of cat's-paw
cat's pyjamas
A highly sought-after and fancy example of something, usually referring to inanimate objects
cat's whisker
The wire that touches the crystal in a crystal radio
cat's whiskers
plural form of cat’s whisker
cat's whiskers
Something considered to be outstanding
cat's-eye
A gemstone mineral (a variety of chalcedonic quartz) that has a lustre resembling the eye of a cat when cut en cabochon
cat's-eye
Any of a chain of reflecting studs used to demarcate traffic lanes
cat's-paw
A knot of a certain kind resembling a lark’s-foot hitch; see cat's paw for more detailed information
cat's-paw
A breeze that ruffles patches of a water surface
cat's-paw
A pawn or dupe; somebody who has been unwittingly tricked into acting in another's interest

It could be said – there are plenty who say it – that his rejection of the left has made him a cat's paw of the right, but it is a pretty strange right-wing cat's paw who favours the idea of unrestricted illegal immigration into Spain.

cat-flap
Small hinged panel, usually cut into a door, with an opening just big enough for a cat to enter

While she's distracted, Batman and Robin make heroic, synchronised leaps off the fridge onto the lino and crash hell for leather, one after the other, through the cat-flap. The cat-flap's plastic frame collapses in pieces on the floor behind them.

cat-harping
One of the short ropes or iron cramps used to brace in the shrouds toward the masts so as to give freer sweep to the yards
cat-o'-nine-tails
A whip having nine, often knotted, whipcords, formerly used for flogging as naval punishment

If you should give such language at sea, you'd have a cat-o’-nine-tails laid cross your shoulders.

cat-o'-nine-tails
A similarly constructed leather nine-tail whip, as used in British penal colonies and certain armies
cat-witted
Of or pertaining to someone who is spiteful, obstinate, and small-minded
cat-o-nine-tails
an instrument consisting of nine pieces of cord, formerly used for flogging in the army and navy
cat snake
(Ticaret) The European cat snake (Telescopus fallax), also known as the Soosan snake, is a venomous colubrid snake endemic to the Mediterranean and Caucasus regions
cat box
A litter box, sometimes called a sandbox, sand box, litter tray, litter pan, catbox, or cat box, is an indoor feces and urine disposal box for cats (as well as rabbits, snakes and other pets that naturally or through training will make use of such a repository) that are permitted free roam of a home but who cannot or do not always go outside to relieve themselves. Many owners of these animals prefer not to let them roam outside for fear that they might succumb to the elements or get hit by a car, so a cat litter box makes it possible to shelter pets from these risks
cat got your tounge
(deyim) (Cat got your tounge?) If someone asks if the cat has got your tongue, they want to know why you are not speaking when they think you should
cat's ear
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Catsear (Hypochaeris radicata or Hypochoeris radicata), also known as flatweed, cat's ear or false dandelion, is a perennial, low-lying edible herb often found in lawns. The plant is native to Europe, but has also been introduced to the Americas, Japan, Australia and New Zealand
cat's pajamas
(deyim) An adjective used by hipsters of the 1920's to describe a person who is the best at what they do. Also used to describe another person who is genial and fun to be with. This term has been recently popularized by the movie 'The School of Rock'

"Martin sure knows how to dance, he's the cats pajamas, man!".

CAT scan
An image produced by a CAT scanner. Also called CT scan
CAT scan
scanning of organs using an x-ray machine which produces computerized cross-sectional images of the body, CT scan
CAT scanner
A device that produces cross-sectional views of an internal body structure using computerized axial tomography. Also called CT scanner. an electronic machine used in a hospital to get an image of the inside of someone's body scan
CAT scanner
x-ray machine which produces computerized cross-sectional images of the body
Cat Stevens
{i} Yusuf Islam (born 1948), English singer songwriter and musician who converted to Islam
Cat in the Hat
a popular children's book by Dr. Seuss which is written in rhyme and contains drawings
cat and mouse
a game for children in which the players form a circle and join hands; they raise their hands to let a player inside the circle or lower their hands to bar a second player who is chasing the first
cat and mouse
enemies, rivals; rivalry
cat box
a receptacle for cat excrement
cat burglar
burglar who is skillful at entering and leaving robbed locations (through upper windows, roof doors, etc.) without attracting any attention
cat burglar
A cat burglar is a thief who steals from houses or other buildings by climbing up walls and entering through windows or through the roof. A burglar who is especially skilled at stealthy or undetected entry of a premises. a thief who enters a building by climbing up walls, pipes etc
cat fancier
a person who breeds and cares for cats
cat fish
{i} any of a number of freshwater fish having whiskers around the mouth and no scales
cat flap
pet door a small hole cut into a door and covered with wood or plastic that moves to allow a pet cat to enter or leave a house
cat flea
flea that breeds chiefly on cats and dogs and rats
cat food
food prepared for cats
cat food
special food designed for cats
cat litter
kitty litter a substance like small grey stones that people put in boxes for cats that live indoors, and which the cats use as a toilet
cat lovers' society
organization of cat fans
cat nap
brief nap, brief sleep
cat o nine tails
See under Cat
cat rig
The rig of a catboat
cat rig
rig of a catboat
cat scan
A radiologic study using x rays to provide pictures of the brain, spine, or spinal cord Can also be used for other parts of the body
cat scan
To look for a new cat
cat scan
an image produced by scanning; "he analyzed the brain scan"; "you could see the tumor in the CAT scan"
cat scan
Use of a computer to produce a cross sectional view of the anatomical part being investigated from X-ray data
cat scan
Computerized axial tomography; a type of x-ray examination that allows the viewing of anatomic planes within the body (that is, images of slices through the body)
cat scan
Pictures of structures within the body created by a computer that takes the data from multiple X-ray images and turns them in pictures on a screen The CAT (computerized axial tomography) scan can reveal some soft-tissue and other structures that cannot even be seen in conventional X-rays
cat scan
A type of X-ray that yields a three-dimensional picture of the body that is about 100 times more sensitive than a standard X-ray It can be given with or without contrast (medication given by drink or injection to enhance X-ray pictures)
cat scan
Computerized Axial Tomography Produces cross-sectional views of an internal body structure a k a: CT scan
cat scan
Computed Axial Tomography - three-dimensional images of the brain attained by an x-ray scanner
cat scan
CAT scan n [computerized axial tomography] (1975): an image made by computed tomography
cat scan
This is a diagnostic test A form of x-ray utilizing computer technology, a CAT Scan provides cross-sectional images of the spine CAT stands for Computerized Axial Tomography
cat scan
Computer Assisted Tomography (see CT)
cat scan
A radiological technique used to examine the structure of the brain X-rays are sent through the brain at different angles, and the images are computerized to form a picture of the brain's structure from any angle
cat scan
computerized axial tomography scan, or CT scans, is a imaging device used to create cross-section views of the body It is often used to detect abnormal structures such as cancer tumors
cat scan
An imaging technique that uses a computer to organize the information from multiple x-ray views and construct a cross-sectional image of areas inside the body Also called computerized axial tomography (CAT) or CT scan
cat scan
A special kind of body imaging that is processed by a computer and displayed on a screen for viewing Also called a body section radiograph (x-ray)
cat scratch disease
A disease thought to be transmitted to humans by the scratch or bite of a cat and characterized by fever and swollen lymph nodes. Also called cat scratch fever
cat scratch disease
a disease thought to be transmitted to humans by a scratch from a cat
cat shark
small bottom-dwelling sharks with catlike eyes; found along continental slopes
cat spaying
removal of the ovaries of a female cat, cat sterilization
cat suit
leotard: a tight-fitting garment of stretchy material that covers the body from the shoulders to the thighs (and may have long sleeves or legs reaching down to the ankles); worn by ballet dancers and acrobats for practice or performance
cat suit
a tight piece of women's clothing that covers the body and legs in one piece
cat thyme
Mediterranean germander having small hairy leaves and reddish purple flowers; attractive to cats
cat walk
narrow walkway; crawling on all fours
cat's cradle
game in which a string looped in a pattern of a cradle is transferred from one child's fingers to another
cat's cradle
a game played with string looped over the fingers
cat's eye
any of various gems (as chrysoberyl or chalcedony) that reflect light when cut in a rounded shape
cat's eye
{i} (Gemology) type of gem or chalcedony that reflect light when cut in a circular shape
cat's eyes
eyes resembling those of a cat; type of gem; (British) road reflectors
cat's foot
low-growing perennial herb having leaves with whitish down and clusters of small white flowers
cat's paw
cats·paw someone who is used by someone else to achieve something bad
cat's-claw
erect shrub with small if any spines having racemes of white to yellow flowers followed by curved pointed pods and black shiny seeds; West Indies and Florida
cat's-ear
European weed widely naturalized in North America having yellow flower heads and leaves resembling a cat's ears any of several plants of the genus Calochortus having flowers with petals shaped like cat's ears
cat's-eye
Any of several gemstones that display a luminous band reminiscent of the eye of a cat. Grayish green or greenish quartz cat's-eye is the most common type; although it comes from the Orient, it is often called occidental cat's-eye to differentiate it from the rarer, and more valuable, precious or oriental cat's-eye, which is a greenish variety of chrysoberyl. Crocidolite cat's-eye (African cat's-eye) is more commonly known as tigereye. Corundum cat's-eye is an imperfect star sapphire or ruby in which the star is reduced to a luminous zone
cat's-paw
a hitch in the middle of rope that has two eyes into which tackle can be hooked
cat's-paw
{i} person who is used by another to do an unpleasant task; twist in a loop of rope; light wind
cat's-tail
tall marsh plant with cylindrical seed heads that explode when mature shedding large quantities of down; its long flat leaves are used for making mats and chair seats; of North America, Europe, Asia and North Africa
cat-and-dog life
quarrelsome existence, life full of strife
cat-o'-nine-tails
whip with nine straps
cat-o'-nine-tails
a whip with nine knotted cords; "British sailors feared the cat
cat-o'-nine-tails
a whip made of nine knotted strings, used in the past for punishing people
Andean cat
A species of cat, Leopardus jacobitus, living in the Andes
Black Cat
someone connected with Sunderland Football Club, as a fan, player, coach etc
California Spangled Cat
An extinct medium size, short hair domestic cat breed, originating in the United States during the 1980s, which was bred to resemble a leopard
Cheshire cat
A fictional grinning cat, made popular by Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
Chinese desert cat
Chinese mountain cat
Chinese mountain cat
A small wild cat, Felis bieti, living in western China
Geoffroy's cat
Leopardus geoffroyi, probably the most common wild cat in South America
Iriomote cat
A small wild cat (Prionailurus iriomotensis) found only on the Japanese island of Iriomote. It has a long, dark brown coat with darker rows of horizontal spots
Maltese cat
Any cat of indeterminate breed, with primarily gray or blue fur
Norwegian forest cat
A domestic cat breed
Schrödinger's cat
A supposed paradox in quantum mechanics taking the form of a thought experiment devised by Erwin Schrödinger

To see how, let us consider a nested system of Schrödinger's cats.

Serengeti cat
A domestic cat breed
Siamese cat
A shorthaired breed of cat having blue eyes and pointed coat pattern, that is, a pale body and dark extremities
York Chocolate Cat
An American breed of longhaired domestic cat
a cat can look at a king
Alternative form of a cat may look at a king
a cat may look at a king
Even a purported inferior has certain abilities, even in the presence of a purported superior
alley cat
A loose woman
alley cat
A feral feline in an urban habitat
bay cat
a small feline endemic to the island of Borneo
bear cat
A red panda, Ailurus fulgens
bell the cat
To undertake a dangerous action in the service of a group
belled the cat
Simple past tense and past participle of bell the cat
belling the cat
Present participle of bell the cat
cat
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