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Cheetahs

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cheetah
ˈtʃi:tə n. a swift-running feline, Acinonyx jubatus, with a leopard-like spotted coat. [Hindi cita, perh. f. Skr. citraka speckled]
cheetah
ˈtʃi:tə n. a swift-running feline, Acinonyx jubatus, with a leopard-like spotted coat. [Hindi cita, perh. f. Skr. citraka speckled]
cheetah
'tʃi:tə
cheetah
Gepard {m}
Cheetah
Cheetah \Chee"tah\, n. [Hind. ch[=i]t[=a].] (Zo["o]l.) A species of leopard ({Cyn[ae]lurus jubatus}) tamed and used for hunting in India. The woolly cheetah of South Africa is {Cyn[ae]lurus laneus}. It runs very fast in short spurts while hunting. [Written also {chetah}.] [1913 Webster]
cheetah
noun (plural cheetahs; also cheetah) Etymology: Hindi cītā & Urdu chītā leopard, from Sanskrit citraka, from citra bright, variegated; akin to Old High German heitar bright — more at -hood Date: 1610 a long-legged spotted swift-moving African and formerly Asian cat (Acinonyx jubatus) about the size of a small leopard that has blunt nonretractile claws
cheetah
n. a swift-running feline, Acinonyx jubatus, with a leopard-like spotted coat. Etymology: Hindi cita, perh. f. Skr. citraka speckled
Cheetah
Cheetah \Chee"tah\, n. [Hind. ch[=i]t[=a].] (Zo["o]l.) A species of leopard ({Cyn[ae]lurus jubatus}) tamed and used for hunting in India. The woolly cheetah of South Africa is {C. laneus}. [Written also {chetah}.]
Cheetah
(n.) A species of leopard (Cynaelurus jubatus) tamed and used for hunting in India. The woolly cheetah of South Africa is C. laneus.
cheetah
cheetah n : long-legged spotted cat of Africa and southwestern Asia having nonretractile claws; the swiftest mammal; can be trained to run down game [syn: {chetah}, {Acinonyx jubatus}]
eta
n. the seventh letter of the Greek alphabet (H). [Gk]
eta
n. the seventh letter of the Greek alphabet (H). [Gk]
ETA
voraussichtliche Ankunftszeit
eta
voraussichtliche Ankunftszeit
Eet
Eet \Eet\, obs. imp. of {Eat}. --Chaucer. [1913 Webster]
eta
noun Etymology: Middle English, from Late Latin, from Greek ēta, of Semitic origin; akin to Hebrew ḥēth heth Date: 15th century the 7th letter of the Greek alphabet — see alphabet table
ETA
abbreviation estimated time of arrival
ETA
1. abbr. estimated time of arrival. 2. n. a Basque separatist movement. Etymology: Basque abbr., f. Euzkadi ta Azkatasuna Basque homeland and liberty
eta
n. the seventh letter of the Greek alphabet (H). Etymology: Gk
ETA
· Estimated time of arrival · See: European Technical Approval
EET
EET Edge Enhancement Technology (Seikosha, Itoh)
EET
EET Eastern European Time [+0200] (TZ)
Eet
Eet \Eet\, obs. imp. of {Eat}. --Chaucer.
Eet
(obs. imp.) of Eat.
eta
eta n : the 7th letter of the Greek alphabet
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