Tag: Cat

Idiom – Let The Cat Out Of The Bag

English Idiom – Let the cat out of the bag. Meaning – To reveal a secret. This expression is usually used when you reveal a secret by accident. You can…

Proverb – When the cat’s away, the mice will play.

Proverb – When the cat’s away, the mice will play or While the cat’s away, the mice will play. Meaning – If the person in charge of a group…

Idiom – Cat Got Your Tongue?

English Idiom – (Has the) Cat got your tongue? Meaning –  This expression is said to someone who has nothing to say. If you are annoyed with someone…

Slang – Moggy

British English Slang – Moggy. Meaning – An informal name for a cat. A domestic cat that is not a pedigree or purebred. Moggy is similar to the…