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fe·line

 (fē′līn′)
adj.
1. Of or belonging to the family Felidae, which includes the lions, tigers, jaguars, and wild and domestic cats; felid.
2. Suggestive of a cat, as in suppleness or stealthiness.
n.
An animal of the family Felidae.

[Latin fēlīnus or Late Latin fēlīneus, both from Latin fēlēs, cat.]

fe′line′ly adv.
fe′line′ness, fe·lin′i·ty (fĭ-lĭn′ĭ-tē) n.
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feline

(ˈfiːlaɪn)
adj
1. (Animals) of, relating to, or belonging to the Felidae, a family of predatory mammals, including cats, lions, leopards, and cheetahs, typically having a round head and retractile claws: order Carnivora (carnivores)
2. resembling or suggestive of a cat, esp in stealth or grace
n
(Zoology) any animal belonging to the family Felidae; a cat
[C17: from Latin fēlīnus, from fēlēs cat]
ˈfelinely adv
ˈfelineness, felinity n
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fe•line

(ˈfi laɪn)

adj.
1. belonging or pertaining to the cat family, Felidae.
2. catlike; characteristic of animals of the cat family: feline agility.
3. sly, stealthy, or treacherous.
n.
4. an animal of the cat family; cat.
[1675–85; < Latin fēl(ēs) (see felid) + -ine1; compare Late Latin fēlīneus of a wild cat]
fe′line•ly, adv.
fe′line•ness, fe•lin•i•ty (fɪˈlɪn ɪ ti) n.
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fe·line

(fē′līn′)
Adjective
Of or belonging to the family of meat-eating mammals that includes the lions, tigers, leopards, and other cats.
Noun
An animal belonging to this family.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.feline - any of various lithe-bodied roundheaded fissiped mammals, many with retractile clawsfeline - any of various lithe-bodied roundheaded fissiped mammals, many with retractile claws
carnivore - a terrestrial or aquatic flesh-eating mammal; "terrestrial carnivores have four or five clawed digits on each limb"
family Felidae, Felidae - cats; wildcats; lions; leopards; cheetahs; saber-toothed tigers
cat, true cat - feline mammal usually having thick soft fur and no ability to roar: domestic cats; wildcats
big cat, cat - any of several large cats typically able to roar and living in the wild
paw - a clawed foot of an animal especially a quadruped
Adj.1.feline - of or relating to cats; "feline fur"
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feline

adjective
1. catlike, leonine a black, furry, feline creature
2. graceful, flowing, smooth, elegant, sleek, slinky, sinuous, stealthy He moves with feline pace.
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feline

adjective
So slow, deliberate, and secret as to escape observation:
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Translations
سِنَّوْري، قِطِّي
kočkovitý
katte-katteagtig
kissakissaeläinkissamainen
kattar-
kaķa-
katachtig
mačkovitý
kedi gibi

feline

[ˈfiːlaɪn]
A. ADJfelino
B. Nfelino m
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feline

[ˈfiːlaɪn]
adj [animal] → félin(e)
(= catlike) [eyes, features] → de félin; [grace] → félin(e)
n (= cat) → félin m
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feline

adj (lit)Katzen-; speciesder Katzen; (fig) grace, supplenesskatzenartig, katzenhaft; feline eyesKatzenaugen pl
nKatze f
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feline

[ˈfiːlaɪn] adjfelino/a
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feline

(ˈfiːlӕin) adjective
of or like a cat. a feline appearance.
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fe·line

a. felino-a, rel. a la familia de los gatos o con características semejantes a estos.
English-Spanish Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012
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Coli O157:H7, feline calicivirus and endogenous microbiota in commercial baby-leaf salads," International Journal of Food Microbiology, vol.
Chronic gingivitis in a colony of cats infected with feline immunodeficiency virus and feline calicivirus. Vet Rec.
Current guidelines [11] suggest that in high-risk environments, such as rescue shelters, we can reasonably expect vaccines for feline calicivirus to provide around 60 to 70% protection due to the higher levels of exposure.
compile 12 articles by researchers in virology, microbiology, infectious diseases, immunology, and related fields in North America, Europe, New Zealand, and Australia who detail current research findings on caliciviruses and related diseases, including norovirus epidemiology, calicivirus contamination of the environment, genome organization and recombination, proteolytic cleavage and viral proteins, viral protein structures, virus-host interactions, reverse genetics and replicon systems, feline calicivirus, murine noroviruses, and lagoviruses.
One is "cat 'flu", which is an infectious disease typically caused by viruses, the two most common being the feline herpes virus and feline calicivirus.
Since 2000, in the USA, there have been several reports of a severe haemorrhagic disease caused by a virulent strain of Feline Calicivirus (VS-FCV).
Proper washing with soap and water can eliminate norovirus from hands (4); alcohol-based sanitizers also reduce feline calicivirus on hands (8).
To prevent an outbreak of Feline Calicivirus, the Lane County Animal Regulation Authority has closed its cattery, at least until Dec.
Since it is not currently possible to replicate norovirus in the laboratory, Kingsley and Richards, in collaboration with researchers at the University of Delaware, used feline calicivirus, a cat virus that is genetically related to norovirus, to demonstrate that noroviruses may be sensitive to HPP Kingsle hopes to find a way to directly study norovirus response to HPP in the future.
This is a very infectious disease caused by two viruses, feline calicivirus and feline herpesvirus.

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