Look at what the cat dragged in!

Look at what the cat dragged in!
• Look <at> what the cat dragged in! амер. Кто к нам пришёл! Посмотри<те>-ка, кто к нам пришёл!

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  • Look (at) what the cat dragged in! — exclam. Well, look who has just arrived! □ ook what the cat dragged in! I thought you would never get here …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • Look What the Cat Dragged In — Album par Poison Sortie 2 Août 1986 Enregistrement Mars 1986 Music Grinder Studios, Los Angeles, Californie Durée 38:14 Genre …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Look What the Cat Dragged In — Álbum de Poison Publicación 1986 Género(s) Hard rock Glam metal Duración 38:14 …   Wikipedia Español

  • Look what the cat dragged in! — informal used to call attention to someone who has entered the room or area • • • Main Entry: ↑cat Look what the cat dragged in! see ↑cat • • • Main Entry: ↑drag Look what the cat dragged in! see ↑cat • • • …   Useful english dictionary

  • look what the cat dragged in — This idiom is used when someone arrives somewhere looking a mess or flustered and bothered …   The small dictionary of idiomes

  • Look What the Cat Dragged In — For the song by Giggs, see Look What the Cat Dragged In (song). Look What the Cat Dragged In Studio album by Poison …   Wikipedia

  • look at what the cat dragged in — idiom. see who just arrived (said in frustration or with sarcastic overtones) …   English slang

  • Look what the cat's dragged in! — informal an insulting way of saying that someone has just arrived, suggesting that they are ugly and badly dressed. Well, look what the cat s dragged in. Did you make that dress or borrow it from your mother? …   New idioms dictionary

  • look what the cat dragged in —    This idiom is used when someone arrives somewhere looking a mess or flustered and bothered.   (Dorking School Dictionary) …   English Idioms & idiomatic expressions

  • look what the cat's dragged in — interjection Used as an ironic acknowledgement of someones arrival, especially to imply that they are unwelcome or disagreeable in some way …   Wiktionary

  • cat — W3S1 [kæt] n [: Old English; Origin: catt, probably from Latin cattus, catta] 1.) a) a small animal with four legs that people often keep as a pet. Cats sometimes kill small animals and birds →↑feline tabby/ginger/tortoiseshell etc cat (=colours… …   Dictionary of contemporary English


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