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gata

  
      sf  
1      (Chile, Perú, Aut)   jack
2    a gatas     
2.1    andar a gatas      to crawl  
subió las escaleras a gatas      he crawled up the stairs  
el niño entró andando a gatas      the baby crawled in  
en este juego tenéis que andar a gatas      in this game you have to crawl on all fours  
2.2      (Cono Sur)  
*   (=apenas)   barely, by the skin of one's teeth
3      (Meteo)   hill cloud
4    (=agujetas)  
tener gata      to ache all over  
5    MODISMOS echar la gata        (CAm)  
*   MODISMOS soltar la gata        (Perú)  
*   to lift *     
steal  
    gato  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

gaita, grata, guata, gatada

tener gata exp.
to ache all over

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
exp.
to lift
[Latam] Perú;(MODISMOS)
exp.
to crawl
exp.
he crawled up the stairs
exp.
the baby crawled in
exp.
Tim crept up the stairs
exp.
in this game you have to crawl on all fours
***
'gata' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
exp.
a gatas
exp.
a gatas
exp.
ir a gatas
exp.
meterse/salirse a gatas
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"gata": examples and translations in context
Ojalá pudiera mostrarte a nuestra gata Dinah. I wish I could show you our cat Dinah.
Además, puedo vigilar la gata. Plus, I'll keep the cat in check.
Te llamó gata montesa y ni cuenta me di. He called you a wildcat before. I didn't even pick up on it.
Pero una gata montesa pelirroja con un elefante, no. But a redheaded wildcat with an elephant, no.
Lo has complicado todo porque eres una gata asustadiza. You've confused everything cos you're a scaredy-cat.
Lo has complicado todo porque eres una gata asustadiza. And now you've gone and confused everything 'cause you're a scaredy-cat.
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