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French translation of 'Cheshire cat'

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Cheshire cat

[ˌtʃɛʃəʳˈkæt]
noun
to grin like a Cheshire cat, to grin like the Cheshire cat avoir un sourire jusqu’aux oreilles

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Example Sentences Including 'Cheshire cat'

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Charles was sitting in his stall, looking like a Cheshire cat, when I joined him.
Secombe, Fred GOODBYE CURATE
The PC smirked again and disappeared, leaving a distinct sense of smirk still in the air, rather like the Cheshire cat 's smile.
Peter Robinson AFTERMATH (2001)

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Used Rarely. Cheshire cat is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary

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