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noun Definition: a pet cat Word History: from Spanish "gato" for cat and English "cat"Example Sentence: My cato is afraid of that dog.
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N M Cato; (Roman cognomen); (M. Porcius Cato| Censor)
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He is a Cato. A man of simple life, severe morals, self-denying habits, strict justice, brusque manners, blunt of speech, and of undoubted patriotism, like the Roman censor of that name.
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(the Elder) Roman statesman.
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(rocketry) Slang shorthand (which is not an acronym) for "Catastrophic failure" since it can happen at any point in time during the rocket flight. Properly spelled Cato or cato, and never in all cap [..]
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Brazil *la|cactus, fromgrc|??????||cardoon, of origin.
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