mouse en Español

Pronunciación
s. ratón (tamb. en inform.); (inform.) dispositivo de entrada/input pequeño con dos o tres botones, pudiéndolo mover estando apoyado sobre un área
v. atrapar ratones (los gatos)

Ejemplos

The mouse hid from us again.
El ratón se escondió de nosotros otra vez.
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A dog runs after a cat, and the cat after a mouse.
Un perro corre detrás de un gato y el gato detrás de un ratón.
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A lame cat is more valued than a fast horse when the palace is full of mice.
Un gato cojo vale más que un caballo veloz si el palacio está lleno de ratones.
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Be it black or white, a cat that catches mice is a good cat!
¡Sea blanco o negro, un gato que caza ratones es un buen gato!
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Cats and mice are natural enemies.
Las ratas y los gatos son enemigos natos.
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Cats catch mice.
Los gatos atrapan ratones.
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Cheese often lures a mouse into a trap.
A menudo, el queso atrae a un ratón a una trampa.
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He says he must get rid of the mice that are in the attic.
Dice que tiene que deshacerse de los ratones del desván.
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I bought a Microsoft mouse.
Me compré un ratón Microsoft.
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I cannot meow like a cat. I'm a mouse!
No puedo maullar como un gato. ¡Soy un ratón!
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Sinónimos

any of numerous small rodents typically resembling diminutive rats having pointed snouts and small ears on elongated bodies with slender usually hairless tails: gnawer, harvest mouse, rodent, house mouse, nude mouse, Mus musculus, Micromyx minutus, field mouse, wood mouse, fieldmouse
of something having a drab pale brown color resembling a mouse: mousy, chromatic, mousey, mouselike
having ears like a mouse's: eared
having the approximate size of a mouse: sized
European hawkweed having soft hairy leaves; sometimes placed in genus Hieracium: hawkweed, Hieracium pilocella, Pilosella officinarum
manipulate the mouse of a computer: manipulate
a hand-operated electronic device that controls the coordinates of a cursor on your computer screen as you move it around on a pad; on the bottom of the device is a ball that rolls on the surface of the pad: mouse button, computer mouse, electronic device
a swollen bruise caused by a blow to the eye: bruise, black eye, shiner, contusion
to go stealthily or furtively: pussyfoot, sneak, creep, walk



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