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Definition of cats and dogs

cats and dogs

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Other terms relating to 'and':

Definitions include: acronym for "assault and battery".
Definitions include: "rain".
Definitions include: Cockney rhyme for ''believe''.
Definitions include: to talk a lot but never take action.
Definitions include: clumsy.
Definitions include: better than all that.
Definitions include: the best.
Definitions include: without substance; all talk and no action.
Definitions include: a lot of money.
Definitions include: to get fouled in basketball and make the basket
Definitions include: used to indicate an extreme condition or an excessive amount.
Definitions include: et cetera.
Definitions include: used to indicate an extreme condition or an excessive amount.
Definitions include: a quantity between 1 and one order of magnitude lower than the quantity previously mentioned.
Definitions include: interjection of agreement.

Other terms relating to 'cat':

Definitions include: a female.
Definitions include: A male who moves in on and takes the attention of a female away from another male that she was potentially interested in.
Definitions include: Long chain, such as a watch chain, worn by 'hep cats' and zoot suiters.
Definitions include: a fight between two or more females.
Definitions include: two people who become enemies and make conflicts.
Definitions include: a short nap.
Definitions include: A term used in the Bronx in the seventies denoting that a person is ignored, looked over, paid no attention to, wrote off, disrespected.
Definitions include: something really great.
Definitions include: something great; "first rate."
Definitions include: an infectious disease humans catch from cats.
Definitions include: the best.
Definitions include: the best you can get.
Definitions include: a person who copies others.
Definitions include: to hold down others from social progression.
Definitions include: an admonishment that curiosity can be dangerous.

Other terms relating to 'dog':

Definitions include: a mythical creature who is extremely happy or fortunate.
Definitions include: be in serious trouble.
Definitions include: the best at something; "the man".
Definitions include: to start drinking alcohol again in the morning to avoid feeling hung-over.
Definitions include: two people who become enemies and make conflicts.
Definitions include: one of many apocryphal sex "moves".
Definitions include: very crazy.
Definitions include: alternate spelling of dog.
Definitions include: a mess, from "dog's breakfast."
Definitions include: daughter, literally dear daughter.
Definitions include: to engage in an unproductive activity; waste time.
Definitions include: a friend.
Definitions include: a sales pitch.
Definitions include: you're in big trouble.
Definitions include: to mark one's place in a book by folding down the corner of the page.

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