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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
raise anchor (Nautical); vomit (Slang)
(Slang) unpleasant, rough
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Cat Egyptian symbol of the moon {SD 1:304-5, 387-8; 2:545-6, 552n}


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Serve in lowball glass.
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Serve in lowball glass.


[Clear Air Turbulence] Bumpy conditions in the upper atmosphere when no clouds are present to betray the possibility of such. Caused by sharp vertical and horizontal shear of wind, often (but not exclusively) in association with upper-level jet streams .Can occur in, or be enhanced by mountain wave activity.

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1. vagina
2. person; used in the 70s
3. when someone is being a pussy about something;"Why don't you ask the girl out and stop being so cat?"
4. pimp-walking;"He's always catting when he passes by a group of ladies"
5. a friend, comrade:"All my cats are headed to the party"
6. a female: "Look at that fine cat across the street"
7. see also cat's whiskers vagina

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no good, awful, very bad

cat
\cat\ (kăt), n. [as. cat; akin to d. & dan. kat, sw. katt, icel. k?ttr, g. katze, kater, ir. cat, w. cath, armor. kaz, ll. catus, bisc. catua, ngr. ga`ta, ga`tos, russ. & pol. kot, turk. kedi, ar. qitt; of unknown origin. cf. kitten.]
1. (zo?l.) an animal of various species of the genera felis and lynx. the domestic cat is felis domestica. the european wild cat (felis catus) is much larger than the domestic cat. in the united states the name wild cat is commonly applied to the bay lynx (lynx rufus) see wild cat, and tiger cat.
note: the domestic cat includes many varieties named from their place of origin or from some peculiarity; as, the angora cat; the maltese cat; the manx cat.
note: the word cat is also used to designate other animals, from some fancied resemblance; as, civet cat, fisher cat, catbird, catfish shark, sea cat.
2. (naut.) (a) a strong vessel with a narrow stern, projecting quarters, and deep waist. it is employed in the coal and timber trade. (b) a strong tackle used to draw an anchor up to the cathead of a ship.
3. a double tripod (for holding a plate, etc.), having six feet, of which three rest on the ground, in whatever position it is placed.
4. an old game; (a) the game of tipcat and the implement with which it is played. see tipcat. (c) a game of ball, called, according to the number of batters, one old cat, two old cat, etc.
5. a cat o' nine tails. see below.

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The domestic cat (Felis catus or Felis silvestris catus) is a small, usually furry, domesticated, and carnivorous mammal. It is often called the housecat when kept as an indoor pet, or simply the cat when there is no need to distinguish it from other felids and felines. Cats are often valued by humans for companionship and their ability to hunt vermin and household pests.

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.cat is a sponsored top-level domain intended to be used to highlight the Catalan language and culture. Its policy has been developed by ICANN and Fundació puntCAT. It was approved in September 2005.

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Çat is a town and district of Erzurum Province in the Eastern Anatolia region of Turkey. The mayor is Sibli Saydin (Independent). The population is 4,463 (as of 2010).

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Cat most commonly refers to the domestic cat, Felis catus, or Felis silvestris catus

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cot cat

Meaning
A box-like shape made from twisting a loop of string around the fingers.
Origin
Once a popular pastime for children. A corruption of cratchcradle, from the French for manger. Cattle's feed racks are still known as crathes. Meaning

A small and temporary recovery in a financial market following a large fall.

When a financial market suffers a consistent fall traders attempt to detect when prices are at their lowest and then buy stocks hoping for a bargain. If they buy too soon prices may rise temporarily but then decline again. This is called the dead cat bounce. The idea being that even a dead cat will bounce if you drop it from a great height.

The phrase seems to have struck a chord and other 'bounce' phrases have emerged, notably 'Baghdad bounce'. This is the rise in popularity that both George Bush and Tony Blair enjoyed following the fall of Baghdad in the Iraqi War. That popularity waned somewhat later when it became clear that pulling allied troops out of Iraq was likely to take longer than the public had first anticipated. Origin

The earliest citation we have found is:

"This is what we call a 'dead cat bounce'," one broker said flatly.
—Chris Sherwell, Financial Times, December 7, 1985 Meaning
To disclose a secret.
Origin
A favourite country trick used to be to substitute a cat for a pig at markets. If you let the cat out of the bag you disclosed the trick - and avoided buying a pig in a poke (bag). Meaning
A small space.
Origin
Whether the 'cat' was a real moggy or the flail-like whip used to punish sailors in the British Navy isn't clear. Meaning
Raining very heavily.
Origin
The phrase is supposed to have originated in england in the 17th century. City streets were then filthy and heavy rain would occasionally carry along dead animals. Richard Brome's The City Witt, 1652 has the line 'It shall rain dogs and polecats'. Also, cats and dogs both have ancient associations with bad weather. Witches were supposed to ride the wind during storms in the form of cats. Meaning
A broad smile.
Origin
Like the smile of the cat in Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. The origin of the phrase is earlier than Carroll. It has associations with the English county of Cheshire although there is no clear evidence whether the reference is to real cats, someone called Cat or a family with a cat on its coat of arms etc. Meaning
There is more than one way of achieving a goal.
Origin
The skinning may just refer to the notional parting of a cat and its skin. Another meaning of skin is to beat. The unfortunate feline may have suffered in that way.

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1) (n) Vagina. "Sprung on the Cat" -- Sir Mixalot (Sprung on the cat [1992]). 2) (n) Person. Used in the 70s. "You cant take the jungle out of the cat" -- Jeru Tha Damaja (Frustrated Nigger [1995]). 2) (adv) When someone is being a pussy about something. "Why don't you ask the girl out and stop being so cat?"

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musician.

Noun
1. a method of examining body organs by scanning them with X rays and using a computer to construct a series of cross-sectional scans along a single axis
(synonym) computerized tomography, computed tomography, CT, computerized axial tomography, computed axial tomography
(hypernym) X-raying, X-radiation
Noun
1. feline mammal usually having thick soft fur and being unable to roar; domestic cats; wildcats
(synonym) true cat
(hypernym) feline, felid
(hyponym) domestic cat, house cat, Felis domesticus, Felis catus
2. an informal term for a youth or man; "a nice guy"; "the guy's only doing it for some doll"
(synonym) guy, hombre, bozo
(hypernym) man, adult male
(hyponym) sod
3. a spiteful woman gossip; "what a cat she is!"
(hypernym) gossip, gossiper, gossipmonger, rumormonger, rumourmonger, newsmonger
4. the leaves of the shrub Catha edulis which are chewed like tobacco or used to make tea; has the effect of a euphoric stimulant; "in Yemen kat is used daily by 85% of adults"
(synonym) kat, khat, qat, quat, Arabian tea, African tea
(hypernym) stimulant, stimulant drug
5. a whip with nine knotted cords; "British sailors feared the cat"
(synonym) cat-o'-nine-tails
(hypernym) whip
6. a large vehicle that is driven by caterpillar tracks; frequently used for moving earth in construction and farm work
(synonym) Caterpillar
(hypernym) tracked vehicle
(classification) trademark
7. any of several large cats typically able to roar and living in the wild
(synonym) big cat
(hypernym) feline, felid
(hyponym) leopard, Panthera pardus
(member-holonym) Felidae, family Felidae
Verb
1. beat with a cat-o'-nine-tails
(hypernym) flog, welt, whip, lather, lash, slash, strap, trounce
(derivation) cat-o'-nine-tails
2. eject the contents of the stomach through the mouth; "After drinking too much, the students vomited"; "He purged continuously"; "The patient regurgitated the food we gave him last night"
(synonym) vomit, vomit up, purge, cast, sick, be sick, disgorge, regorge, retch, puke, barf, spew, spue, chuck, upchuck, honk, regurgitate, throw up
(hypernym) excrete, egest, eliminate, pass


Catapult

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cat
prov., When the cat is away, the mice will play: Nuair atá an cat amuigh bíonn na luch ag damhsa

That subset of CAL that entails Computer Aided Teaching. This subset is restricted to software designed for authoring and/or delivery of learning materials in a classroom or on line in a computer network or teleconference in which the instructor is present and using the CAT materials as an aid to his or her teaching.

category; crisis action team
  

[from `catenate' via Unix cat(1)] vt.

1. [techspeak] To spew an entire file to the screen or some other output sink without pause. 2. By extension, to dump large amounts of data at an unprepared target or with no intention of browsing it carefully. Usage: considered silly. Rare outside Unix sites. See also dd, BLT.

Among Unix fans, cat(1) is considered an excellent example of user-interface design, because it delivers the file contents without such verbosity as spacing or headers between the files, and because it does not require the files to consist of lines of text, but works with any sort of data.

Among Unix haters, cat(1) is considered the canonical example of bad user-interface design, because of its woefully unobvious name. It is far more often used to blast a file to standard output than to concatenate two files. The name cat for the former operation is just as unintuitive as, say, LISP's cdr.

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Cat, (n.)

A soft, indestructible automaton provided by nature to be kicked when things go wrong in the domestic circle.

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This is a cat.
This is a frog,
This is a rat.
Run, dog, mew, cat.
Jump, frog, gnaw, rat.

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Catapult or Category

Cath = n. cat Gwrcath = n. a he cat Titw = n. a cat, in fond language

Cycle adjustment technique (CAT) was developed by Daniel Love and is a way to induce lucid dreaming through increased alertness, making lucidity more likely.
  

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The thumbs and index fingers of both hands stroke an imaginary pair of whiskers at either side of the face.

Category

Clear Air Turbulence

Turbulence encountered in air where no clouds are present. This term is commonly applied to high-level turbulence associated with wind shear. CAT is often encountered in the vicinity of the jet stream. (FAA4)

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Fear of cats Fear of Dogs Fear of mice
Also known as Murophobia

1) (n) Vagina. "Sprung on the Cat" -- Sir Mixalot (Sprung on the cat [1992]). 2) (n) Person. Used in the 70s. "You cant take the jungle out of the cat" -- Jeru Tha Damaja (Frustrated Nigger [1995]).
2) (adv) When someone is being a pussy about something. "Why don't you ask the girl out and stop being so cat?"

a tractor designed to move easily over rough terrain, used often to clear areas in earth-moving operations and in skidding rigs.It is a shortened form of Caterpillar, a trade name.

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adjective
referring to an axis
axial skeleton = trunk, the main part of the skeleton, formed of the spine, skull, ribs and breastbone
compare APPENDICULAR SKELETON
computerized axial tomography (CAT) = system of scanning a patient's body, where a narrow X-ray beam, guided by a computer, can photograph a thin section of the body or of an organ from several angles, using the computer to build up an image of the section


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(v. t.)
To bring to the cathead; as, to cat an anchor. See Anchor.
   (n.)
An old game; (a) The game of tipcat and the implement with which it is played. See Tipcat. (c) A game of ball, called, according to the number of batters, one old cat, two old cat, etc.
   (n.)
An animal of various species of the genera Felis and Lynx. The domestic cat is Felis domestica. The European wild cat (Felis catus) is much larger than the domestic cat. In the United States the name wild cat is commonly applied to the bay lynx (Lynx rufus) See Wild cat, and Tiger cat.
   (n.)
A strong vessel with a narrow stern, projecting quarters, and deep waist. It is employed in the coal and timber trade.
   (n.)
A strong tackle used to draw an anchor up to the cathead of a ship.
   (n.)
A double tripod (for holding a plate, etc.), having six feet, of which three rest on the ground, in whatever position in is placed.
   (n.)
A cat o' nine tails. See below.
  

Guilt (especially if black:), the intestines / stomach (pun on cat gut)

(CAT): The bacterial gene for chloramphenicol, CAT, is commonly used as a reporter gene for investigating physiological gene regulation. Beta-galactosidase and luciferase genes can also be used for the same purpose.

The mouse-hunters of Middle-earth.
The most famous cats in the histories of Middle-earth were the cats of Queen Berúthiel, nine black and one white, belonging to the queen of King Tarannon of Gondor.


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1. (prison) inmate who, while heterosexual outside of prison, submits to the passive role in homosexual sex; 2. homosexual; 3. effeminate male; 4. (older slang) person, especially a young jazz musician or devotee of jazz (originally US Black English (1920s); cf. Wolof (an African language) “-kat” - “person”)
(very) busy rare (alluding to Vietnamese eating cats) mean, stingy, uncharitable excellent person, proposal, etc. excellent person, proposal, etc. excellent person, proposal, etc. fight between two women dice look deliriously happy or satisfied person who expects special comforts and privileges because of their position or wealth: "the fat cats of the Public Service" give way to suppressed feelings of frustration by venting one's irritation on someone go very fast Why don't you keep your mind on the bloody job?! give way to suppressed feelings of frustration by venting one's irritation on someone in a state of extreme agitation in a state of extreme agitation something horrid or abhorrent raining very heavily (especially in children's speech) coward the certainty of the situation humorous invitation to be extravagant very talkative (too much tongue) cry over split milk; give way to suppressed feelings of frustration by venting one's irritation on someone; make a fuss or commotion; reproach oneself
"You are not competent to comment on the matter"


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