Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Kitten"

The meaning of "Kitten" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does kitten mean?
A: baby cat.
Q: What does like a kitten kebab mean?
A: I see - thank you for explaining! :)
By saying "like a kitten kebab", I think she meant that she didn't want to do what she was asked to do.
Q: What does The kitten tried to nurse off of the cat mean?
A: It most nearly means "The kitten tried to seek nutrients from the cat" (i.e. tried to get milk from the cat)

Cats nurse their newborn by feeding them milk, just as humans do their newborn.
Q: What does kitten mean?
A: Kitten = gatito
Q: What does kitten mean?
A: Baby cat. Or, it can be a pet name for a girlfriend.

Example sentences using "Kitten"

Q: Please show me example sentences with have kittens.
A: in this context have means give birth

Our cat is going to have kittens soon

my cat had an operation so she can't have kittens

You should keep that male cat away, you don't want your cat to have kittens
Q: Please show me example sentences with kitten and cat.
A: A kitten is a young cat, and a cat is the term for the adult.

Examples:
My 5-year-old cat just gave birth to three kittens! (Since the animal is already 5 years old, which is adult in animal terms, we call it a "cat." Since the animals she gave birth to are babies, we call them "kittens.")
I think kittens are adorable when they're just a few days old. (Since the animals are young, we call them "kittens.")
My cat is getting lazy, all she does is lay around all day. (Since it's implied that the animal might be getting old, we call it a "cat.")

The only difference between the terms is the age of the animal, but they're both used to refer to the same animal :)

Synonyms of "Kitten" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between kitten and cat ?
A: Kitten is a baby and cat is a grown adult
Q: What is the difference between kitten and cat ?
A: A kitten is a small or young cat.
Q: What is the difference between I have been dreaming about kittens and I had been dreaming about kittens ?
A: The former would be correct if it is still happening. If it is something that used to be happening, then the latter would be correct.
Q: What is the difference between kitten and pussy ?
A: Pussy is an old, general name for "cat" that almost no one uses anymore. Kitten is a baby cat.

"What a cute little pussy cat, yes you are!" = Old lady talking to a cat.
My family got a kitten last week.

In modern American English, pussy is also a very rude cuss word for a woman's genitals (or a weak, cowardly man).

(NOTE: BOTH OF THESE ARE EXTREMELY RUDE.)
Guy talking to his friend: Man, I want to get some pussy this weekend. Where can I go?

Guy talking to his friend about a third guy: He is such a pussy. He never asks girls out on dates.

Translations of "Kitten"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? kitten
A: ki~tt~n
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? kitten
A: Check the question to view the answer

Other questions about "Kitten"

Q: A kitten came home. She is very small and adorable but I'm tired to look after her. does this sound natural?
A: I would add “too” before tired, that makes it sound more natural. Otherwise this is perfect!
Q: Doing kitten things saving the world one bathrobe at a time does this sound natural?
A: Yes...you are correct
Q:
1. I can make a kitten of the hairs that've gone off from you.
2. I can make a kitten of your gone hairs.
3. I can make a kitten from your gone hairs.

I combed my cat and a bunch of hairs went off...

does this sound natural?
A: number 1 and 2 seem doesn't look natural, but the 3 is ok. but, maybe "gone hairs" word will be best replaced by hair loss.
Q: I would like a kitten! does this sound natural?
A: you're welcome ☺️
Q: When my kitten was sleeping, I bothered the kitten not to sleep.
Above sentence is correct or wrong?
A: "When my kitten was sleeping, I bothered him and woke him up."

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