Translation: from spanish

as quiet as a mouse

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  • quiet as a mouse — phrase very quiet Thesaurus: silent and silencesynonym describing loud and noisy soundssynonym Main entry: mouse * * * (as) quiet as a mouse (of a person or animal) extremely quiet or …   Useful english dictionary

  • quiet as a mouse — If someone s as quiet as a mouse, they make absolutely no noise …   The small dictionary of idiomes

  • quiet as a mouse —    If someone s as quiet as a mouse, they make absolutely no noise.   (Dorking School Dictionary)    ***    When someone is as quiet as a mouse, they make no noise at all.     The burglar was a quiet as a mouse as he moved around the house …   English Idioms & idiomatic expressions

  • Quiet as a mouse —   If someone s as quiet as a mouse, they make absolutely no noise …   Dictionary of English idioms

  • quiet as a mouse — adjective Very quiet, so as to not be heard …   Wiktionary

  • quiet as a mouse — very quiet …   English dictionary

  • be as quiet as a mouse — to be very quiet. She was as quiet as a mouse. I didn t even know she d come in …   New idioms dictionary

  • mouse — [ maus ] (plural mice [ maıs ] ) noun count ** 1. ) a small furry animal with a long tail: The cat s caught another mouse. 2. ) (plural mouses or mice) a small object that you move in order to do things on a computer screen. When you press on a… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • mouse — W3S2 [maus] n [: Old English; Origin: mus] 1.) plural mice [maıs] a small furry animal with a pointed nose and a long tail that lives in people s houses or in fields ▪ The cat laid a dead mouse at my feet. ▪ a field mouse ↑mousemat, ↑mouse 2.) …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • mouse — noun 1 animal ADJECTIVE ▪ deer, field, house, etc. ▪ laboratory ▪ white VERB + MOUSE ▪ …   Collocations dictionary

  • mouse — I UK [maʊs] / US noun [countable] Word forms mouse : singular mouse plural mice UK [maɪs] / US ** 1) a small furry animal with a long tail The cat s caught another mouse. 2) computing Word forms mouse : plural mouses or mice a small object that… …   English dictionary


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