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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 *     
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
to lift
[Latam] Perú;(MODISMOS)
to crawl
he crawled up the stairs
the baby crawled in
Tim crept up the stairs
in this game you have to crawl on all fours
'gata' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
a gatas
a gatas
ir a gatas
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.
Billy y yo, usamos una gata. Me and Billy, we used a jack.
Y no había gata en el auto. And there was no jack in the car.
Mi gata me ignora excepto cuando tiene hambre. My cat ignores me, except when she's hungry.
Transfórmate a voluntad en humana o en gata de Cheshire. Transform from human to Chester Cat at will.
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