Hay 2 traducciones principales de puss en Español

: puss1puss2

puss1

minino, n.

Pronunciación /pʊs/

Ver definición en Español de minino

nombre

coloquial
  • 1

    (cat)
    minino masculino coloquial
    minina femenino coloquial
    gatito masculino coloquial
    gatita femenino coloquial
    • At the grand old age of 22, Wilhemina the puss has enjoyed more than her share of cat lives.
    • Between 10 and 15 cats, including a pregnant puss, have been found dead near the intersection of Balmain Rd and Moore St in the past year.
    • Apparently, her puss Fang soon tires of any particular flavor and makes life difficult at meal times.
    • The puss used up one of her nine lives when she was spotted dodging the Ryanair Boeing 737 as it arrived from Dublin.
    • But after two days, the lucky puss was able to return home none the worse after his four-week ordeal.
  • 2

    (woman)
    tipa femenino coloquial
    she's a bit of a sly puss es bastante zorra coloquial
    • All the better for hearing that you're safe and well, puss.
    • What made you think there's an intruder, puss?
    • ‘Don't get all huffy, puss,’ Louis said gently.
    • ‘Don't worry, puss,’ he said, heading out of the room.
    • ‘You're getting me into trouble, puss,’ Louis would say reproachfully.

Hay 2 traducciones principales de puss en Español

: puss1puss2

puss2

jeta, n.

Pronunciación /pʊs/

nombre

EEUU
  • 1

    (face)
    jeta femenino coloquial
    • There was nothing more exasperating than the snug puss of my Dublin work colleague as he entered the office the morning after.
    • He had a right puss on him when he lifted it down off the stool.
    • Everybody says she always had a puss on her face, and I always smiled.
    • In any case, after looking at his smug puss for an hour or so, I'm far more likely to pass on the son and vote for the parents.
    • As for Specter - we're sick to death of seeing his puss.