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English translation of 'ratón'

Word Frequency


masculine noun
1.  (Zoology) mouse
▪ idiom: mandar a algn a capar ratones (very informal) to tell sb to go to blazes (informal)
2.  (Computing) mouse
3.  (Caribbean) (petardo) squibcracker
4.  (Caribbean) (informal) (resaca) hangover
5.  (informal) (pelusa) ball of fluff

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Example Sentences Including 'ratón'

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-- Dos soldados capturaron un ratón gigantesco cuyo peso es de tres kilogramos y medio, informó ayer el Diaro de la Juventud.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1995)
Imagino qué lectura freudiana podría hacerse de ese hombre del ratón "... C: Yo me fijaría sobre todo en el aspecto linguístico, subliminal, del ratón.
Julián Ríos Vida sexual de las palabras
Le puse luego un espejo a un palmo de la nariz y le pregunté si todavía continuaba reconociéndose hombre ratón.
Javier Tomeo Zoopatías y zoofilias
Pensaron que los iban a detener, que tenían espías, que cómo iba a ocurrir que no supieran dónde estaban después de 23 días de ratón y gato por las calles de Sevilla.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1994)
Por eso no me sorprende que un ratón sea un cura como ocurre en la novela de Manuel Rivas.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1994)
Rodeando a los ordenadores, un sistema de mapas sobre correderas adosados a la pared muestran una información parecida a los menos acostumbrados al uso del " ratón ".
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1995)

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'ratón' in Other Languages

British English: mouse /maʊs/ NOUN
animal A mouse is a small animal with a long tail.
  • American English: mouse
  • Arabic: فَأرٌ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: rato
  • Chinese: 老鼠
  • Croatian: miš
  • Czech: myš
  • Danish: mus
  • Dutch: muis dier
  • European Spanish: ratón
  • Finnish: hiiri
  • French: souris
  • German: Maus
  • Greek: ποντίκι
  • Italian: topo
  • Japanese: ハツカネズミ
  • Korean: 생쥐
  • Norwegian: mus
  • Polish: mysz
  • European Portuguese: rato
  • Romanian: șoarece
  • Russian: мышь
  • Spanish: ratón
  • Swedish: mus
  • Thai: หนู
  • Turkish: fare
  • Ukrainian: миша
  • Vietnamese: chuột con vật
British English: mouse /maʊs/ NOUN
computer You use a mouse to move things on a computer screen.
  • American English: mouse
  • Arabic: فَأْرَة
  • Brazilian Portuguese: mouse
  • Chinese: 鼠标
  • Croatian: miš
  • Czech: myšpočítačová
  • Danish: mus
  • Dutch: muis
  • European Spanish: ratón
  • Finnish: hiiri
  • French: sourisinformatique
  • German: Maus
  • Greek: ποντίκι
  • Italian: mouse
  • Japanese: マウス
  • Korean: 마우스
  • Norwegian: datamus
  • Polish: myszka komputerowa
  • European Portuguese: rato
  • Romanian: mouse
  • Russian: компьютерная мышь
  • Spanish: mousecomputadora
  • Swedish: mus
  • Thai: เมาส์
  • Turkish: fare
  • Ukrainian: мишка
  • Vietnamese: chuột vi tính


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