Translation of alley cat in Spanish:

alley cat

gato callejero, n.

noun

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    gato callejero masculine
    to have the morals of an alley cat acostarse con cualquiera
    • But look, everyone knows that when Gray Davis gets his back up against a wall, he comes out fighting like an alley cat.
    • I don't want to insult you or anything, but girlfriend, you look like an alley cat caught in a downpour.
    • Befriend an alley cat that could benefit from some catnip and a few rubs.
    • But fear not, the morals of the inhabitants have not been reduced to those of an alley cat.
    • From the litter of kittens that were due to be born by a female alley cat that was currently being looked after by a vet, the next Mookie would become his pet, and best friend.
    • Elsie and Ena were chalk and cheese: Ena considered Elsie a flashy harlot with the morals of an alley cat; Elsie thought Ena was a mean-tempered, interfering old battle-axe.
    • He was in the kitchen, preparing an elaborate plate of kibble for Beryl, a scarred alley cat he had recently acquired while searching an abandoned house for valuables.
    • Paint crinkled off the walls of buildings from age, and no sign of life could be seen anywhere save for the occasional squeak of a rat or scurry of an alley cat chasing its dinner.
    • He refuses to be confined to one place but prowls among New York, Rome, and India; he cultivates the air of an aristocratic alley cat.
    • He leaned against the wall, watching an alley cat below.
    • In your case, with this particular kind of lie, the unhappy answer is that the guy is a player with the morals of an alley cat and the truth quotient of Pinocchio.
    • It is while stranded that Duchess meets O'Malley, an alley cat.
    • One year at Westminster Seminary, the students adopted an alley cat - or it adopted us, we never were quite sure which.
    • Some may have considered her beautiful but Hazel had always thought she looked like an overgrown alley cat, ready to pounce.
    • However, the sudden movement frightened a nearby alley cat, sending it screeching into the night.
    • His mother-in-law has a mouth like a sewer and the manners of an alley cat.
    • When he needed his alley cat instincts, they were there, under all that domestication, all that soft living, which he takes for granted.
    • Some are gifted incredibly with musical or artistic aptitudes, while others yowl like alley cats and can't draw a straight line.
    • No one from the apartment across hers had an open window, though some of their laundry was on a clothesline, and to her amusement a pair of flannel boxers had fallen and down alley cats were using them for a bed.
    • Instinct is marvelous attribute when it comes to separating the tigers from the alley cats.