Spanish Word for kitty  

English Word: kitty

Spanish Word: gatito
The Spanish Word for kitty
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Translated sentences containing 'kitty'
I have to take care of the kitty.
Yo tengo que cuidar al gatito.
Super Kitty to the rescue.
El super gatito al rescate.
This meal is for my kitty.
Esta comida es para mi gatito.

Neither is it taken out of the foreign policy kitty.
Ni del fondo para la política exterior.
Three quarters of the committed funding never left the kitty.
Tres cuartos del dinero comprometido no se ha podido gastar.
The European Parliament would have liked to have had money in the kitty for this programme in 2008.
Al Parlamento Europeo le habría gustado disponer de dinero en la caja para este programa en 2008.
Will we soon be telling taxpayers that they will have to put money in the kitty to finance universal service, as they do in the Netherlands?
¿Vamos a decir mañana al contribuyente que tiene que echar dinero a la olla para financiar el servicio universal, como en los Países Bajos?
Rather than blowing the kitty, we should keep the budget in good shape, reduce debts, invest, and in that sense, I am completely at one with Mr Bullmann.
En lugar de incurrir en más gastos debemos mantener el presupuesto saneado, reducir las deudas e invertir; en este sentido, estoy totalmente de acuerdo con el señor Bullmann.
Duties are not there simply to put money in the kitty - in that case we would have to keep increasing them. Duties are also specific regulatory mechanisms.
Los aranceles no están ahí solamente para ingresar dinero, en cuyo caso debiéramos aumentarlos al máximo, sino que también son unos mecanismos de regulación.
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