Spanish Word for rat  

English Word: rat

Spanish Word: la rata
The Spanish Word for rat
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Translated sentences containing 'rat'
The rat plays with the cat.
El ratón juega con el gato.

There are three of them: Swedish citizens who have ended up in a rat trap.
Tres ciudadanos suecos han caído en esta trampa.
This also leads to a social rat race and to the evasion of social duties.
Todo ello da lugar a una competencia feroz, en perjuicio de los logros sociales.
The report reveals how and where the chill of the economy and the rat race can be combated with social warmth.
En el informe se pone de relieve el modo y el lugar en el que el "frío" de la economía y la competencia puede combatirse con el "calor" social.
A substance as toxic as heparin, a rat poison, turns out to be an effective anticoagulant which has saved many lives.
Y algo tan tóxico como la eparina, un raticida, resulta ser un efectivo anticoagulante que ha salvado muchas vidas.
(IT) Madam President, ladies and gentlemen, in the book by Albert Camus, the plague is announced futilely by a rat who comes and dies at our feet.
(IT) Señora Presidenta, Señorías, en el libro homónimo de Albert Camus, la peste se anuncia de forma sutil mediante una rata que llega y muere a nuestros pies.
Besides, aren't the hypermarkets starting to remind you of those special boxes they use for rat experiments, with their one-way corridors and automatic doors?
Además, estos hipermercados comienzan a recordarnos a cajones llenos de conejillos de indias con tantos pasillos y puertas automáticas.
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