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Cat in spanish...
Hola! Tengo un gato.
by pwnz0r September 19, 2003
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Spanish for 'cat'. At least in Argentina (can't speak for any other country) it is used:
1. For a female, meaning 'slut' or 'whore'.
2. Less commonly, males of a lower income (the "villeros") use it to call one another.
Mirá, mirá como saca culo! ¡Que gato! ("Look at her wriggling her butt! What a cat!")

"Que onda, gato?" ("What's up cat?")
by Ashlei Rachel August 13, 2011
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Translated from spanish, literally just means "cat"
Lalo: "EEEYYYY GGAAATTOOO!!!!"
Gato: (in response) "mmeeeowww!!"
by OG GATO December 14, 2007
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Spanish for cat. Best used by Martin Lawrence in Blue Streak.
Tengo un gato en mis pantalones = I have a cat in my pants.
by look_its_a_name May 21, 2005
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(n.) a term used by napoleonic complexive men with stumpy dinosauresque arms and pin-sized domes when referring to a female relative. Be warned, these men will also try to use Spanglish in their everyday conversations with women in an attempt to seem hip, worldly and intelligent - it's all a pathetic farse.
"So ya, my sister's coming in to town today. Love that gato. Maybe we could meet up contigo for some enticing fish tacos."
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In Argentina, "gato" Is used to make a reference to people who is commanded for other people with more power. E.g. Mauricio Macri, formal president of Argentina is a "gato" because he is being commanded economical and financially by CEOs and Mafias leaders. Like Hector Magnetto the leader of "grupo Clarín" ones said to reference the presidential chair: minor position (puesto menor).
Mauricio Macri es un Gato.

Macri Gato
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(n.) a term used by napoleonic complexive men with stumpy dinosauresque arms and pin-sized domes when referring to a female relative. Be warned, these men will also try to use Spanglish in their everyday conversations with women in an attempt to seem hip, worldly and intelligent - it's all a pathetic farse.
"So ya, my sister's coming in to town today. Love that gato. Maybe we could meet up contigo for some enticing fish tacos."
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