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Mouse in Spanish 馃嚜馃嚫


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mouse raton
How to say “mouse” in Spanish? “Raton”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “raton” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on mouse in Spanish like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Pronunciation

Normal speech: rah-TOHN
IPA: ra.’ton

8 months ago

do not confuse with

“Rat贸n” is often confused with “rata,” which means “rat” in Spanish.

8 months ago

mnemonic

Think of “rat贸n” as “rah-tone,” emphasizing the first syllable, which sounds like “rat,” to remember that it refers to a small rodent or a computer mouse.

8 months ago

idioms

“Estar como un rat贸n de biblioteca” means “to be a bookworm,” suggesting that someone spends a lot of time studying or reading.

8 months ago

usage

Refers to a small rodent with a pointed snout, rounded ears, and a long, thin tail, or to a computer mouse.

8 months ago

origin

From the Latin word “mus,” meaning “mouse.”

8 months ago

Cuando el gato no est谩…

…los ratones bailan.

a year ago

raton info.

To remember the word “rat贸n” for mouse in Spanish, you might think of a cartoon character like Mickey Mouse who, if he were in a Spanish cartoon, might be called “Mickey Rat贸n.” Alternatively, “rat贸n” sounds a bit like “rat one,” and you can imagine a mouse being the number one small rat-like creature.

In Spanish, “rat贸n” can also refer to a computer mouse. In technical contexts, you might hear “el rat贸n 贸ptico” for optical mouse or “el rat贸n inal谩mbrico” for a wireless mouse.

Other words that mean the same thing:

– “Mouse” in English is sometimes informally referred to as a “clicker” due to the clicking sound it makes.
– In some regions, Spanish speakers might use local slang or diminutive terms for “rat贸n,” such as “ratoncito” to refer to a small mouse.

Alternate meanings and slang:

– “Rat贸n” can be used in some Spanish-speaking countries as slang for a hangover. For example, “Tengo un rat贸n enorme” means “I have a huge hangover.”
– It can also refer to someone who spends a lot of time on the computer, similar to the term “mouse potato” in English.

Examples of sentences:

– Traditional use: “Vi un rat贸n en la cocina anoche.” (I saw a mouse in the kitchen last night.)
– For a computer mouse: “Necesito comprar un rat贸n nuevo porque el m铆o no funciona bien.” (I need to buy a new mouse because mine isn’t working well.)
– Slang for hangover: “Despu茅s de la fiesta de anoche, tengo un rat贸n que no puedo quitarme.” (After last night’s party, I have a hangover that I can’t shake off.)
– Someone who spends a lot of time on the computer: “Mi hermano es un rat贸n de biblioteca, pero yo soy m谩s bien un rat贸n de com****dora.” (My brother is a bookworm, but I’m more of a computer mouse.)

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