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cat /kæt/ noun [countable]


گربه ، شلاق زدن ، قی کردن ، شلاق لنگربرداشتن ، کامپیوتر: Computer Axial Tomography --> Computer Assisted Training ، علوم دریایی: اویختن لنگر

: cat (children's apperception test)

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الکترونیک: Computer Axial Tomography Computer Assisted Trainingکامپیوتر: اویختن لنگر ، علوم دریایی: گربه ، شلاق زدن ، قی کردن ، شلاق لنگربرداشتن کامپیوتر: Computer Aided Test ، تست به کمک کامپیوتر

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

cat
[noun]
Synonyms: feline, kitty (informal), moggy (slang), puss (informal), pussy (informal), tabby

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

CAT
in the past, the British Government guide to standards for the Individual Saving Accounts (ISA) introduced in 1999. It stands for reasonable Cost, easy Access, decent Terms. CAT was replaced by stakeholder ISAs in 2005.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

cat S1 W3 /kæt/ noun [countable]
[Language: Old English; Origin: catt, probably from Latin cattus, catta]

1.
a) a small animal with four legs that people often keep as a pet. ⇒ feline
tabby/ginger/tortoiseshell etc cat (=colours of cats)
a tom cat (=a male cat)
b) (also big cat) a large animal such as a lion or tiger

2. let the cat out of the bag to tell someone a secret, especially without intending to

3. put/set the cat among the pigeons to do or say something that causes arguments, trouble etc

4. play (a game of) cat and mouse (with somebody) to pretend to allow someone to do or have what they want, and then to stop them from doing or having it:
The police played an elaborate game of cat and mouse to trap him.

5. the cat’s whiskers/pyjamas informal something or someone that is better than everything else:
I really thought I looked the cat’s whiskers in that dress.

6. like a cat on hot bricks British English, like a cat on a hot tin roof American English so nervous or anxious that you cannot keep still or keep your attention on one thing

7. not stand/have a cat in hell’s chance (of doing something) informal to not have any chance of succeeding:
They don’t have a cat in hell’s chance of being elected.

8. when the cat’s away (the mice will play) used to say that people will not behave well when the person who has authority over them is not there

9. like the cat that got the cream British English, like the cat that ate the canary American English informal very proud or pleased because of something you have achieved or got

10. look like something the cat dragged/brought in British English informal to look very dirty or untidy
raining cats and dogs at rain2(1), ⇒ there’s not enough room to swing a cat at room1(5)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

cat
noun
ADJ. domestic, family, household, pet | big She went to Africa to photograph big cats.
feral, wild | alley, stray | pedigree | long-haired, short-haired | black, tabby, tortoiseshell, etc. | tom (also tomcat) | playful | sleek | Cheshire He was grinning like a Cheshire cat.
fat (figurative) the fat cats of big business
VERB + CAT have, keep, own We have a pet cat called Archie.
feed | stroke | neuter, spay They didn't want kittens, so they had their cat spayed.
worm The stray cats are wormed and treated with flea powder.
put down The cat was in constant pain so they had it put down.
CAT + VERB hiss, mew, miaow, purr, spit, yowl The cat miaowed pitifully. There was a cat yowling outside my window last night.
bite (sb), scratch (sb) | creep, pad, (be on the) prowl, slink A cat padded silently past. The cat slunk away into the darkness.
arch its back | cower, crouch | curl up | catch sth, hunt (sth), stalk sth | leap, pounce (on sth), spring | spray (sth) Cats mark their territory by spraying.
CAT + NOUN door, flap | food | litter | lover, owner | phobia | nap (also catnap) A catnap at lunchtime can make you feel refreshed.
PHRASES fight like cat and dog In our childhood Irina and I fought like cat and dog.
play (a game of) cat and mouse Young car thieves enjoy playing cat and mouse with the police.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

cat

a pet cat (=one that you care for in your home)
Lucy had a horse and a pet cat of her own.
a domestic cat (=one that lives with people)
People have kept domestic cats for thousands of years.
a tabby cat (=which has dark and light lines on brown or grey fur)
They had a 12-year-old tabby cat.
a ginger cat (=which has orange-brown fur)
I've always wanted a ginger cat.
a feral cat (=one that lives in groups with other cats but has no home)
The small fishing village was full of feral cats.
a stray cat (=one that has lost its home)
He found a stray cat and started feeding it.
a wild cat (=a type of cat that does not live with people)
The African wild cat is bigger than ordinary domestic cats.
big cats (=lions, tigers etc)
All 36 species of big cat are vulnerable or endangered.
a cat miaows/mews (=makes a small noise)
The cat was miaowing outside the door.
a cat purrs (=makes a soft noise that shows pleasure)
The cat purred as she stroked it.
a cat hisses (=makes a low noise that shows fear or anger)
Cats sometimes hiss at dogs.
a cat scratches somebody
If a cat gets angry, it may scratch you with its claws.
a cat leaps/springs
Then the cat leapt up into the tree.
a cat pounces on something (=jumps on something and catches it)
The cat was hiding, waiting to pounce on the bird.
have a cat
We always had a cat when I was young.
feed a cat
She comes in while we're away to feed the cat.
stroke a cat
Our cat won't let you stroke it.
cat food
He bought some cans of cat food.
cat litter (=small grains for a cat to use as a toilet inside the house)
You should change cat litter daily.
a cat flap (=a special door for a cat to go in and out of a house)
The cat was getting too fat to fit through the cat flap.
a cat owner
It is estimated that around 64 million Americans are cat owners.
let/put the cat out (=let it or make it go outside)
Can you let the cat out?

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

CAT
Calling All Troops 
Casual American Teenager 
Catalog 
Category 
Caterpillar, Inc. 
Computer-Aided Tomography (scan/scanning)

[TahlilGaran] Acronyms and Abbreviations Dictionary

CAT-5
Category 5 Cable (networking)

[TahlilGaran] Acronyms and Abbreviations Dictionary


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