cat

Pronunciation:  US [kæt] UK [kæt]
  • n."Move" cat "" cat; a jazz lover; "ship" cat
  • v."Ships" (anchor) hanging on the bolt rack; suchang; vomiting; slang, pleasure
  • abbr.(=
  • WebCarter (Carter), catalase (catalase), Caterpillar (Caterpillar)
n.
1.
[ Animal] an animal with soft fur, a long thin tail, and whiskers, that people keep as a pet or for catching mice. A young cat is called a kitten 
2.
[ Animal] a wild animal that looks like a large cat, for example a lion or tiger 
4.
<<>  a man 
5.
<<>  a Jazz music player or lover 
6.
v.
1.
[ Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering] to raise the anchor to the cathead 
2.
3.
<<>  to vomit 
abbr.
1.
[ Medical & Healthcare](= computerized axial tomography) 
2.
(= College of Advanced Technology) 
3.
(= clear- air turbulence ) 

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