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aardvark a large mammal with a long snout, long ears, a long tail, and almost no hair. Aardvarks are active at night, when they use their powerful claws to dig open ant or termite nests. They catch their food with long, sticky tongues. Aardvarks live in southern and central Africa. Although they are sometimes called anteaters, aardvarks are not closely related to any other kind of mammal.
apprehend to catch and place under arrest. [1/2 definitions]
asbestos a mineral that separates into fibers and does not catch fire or conduct electricity. Asbestos is used to make fireproof materials and insulation.
bait food used to attract and catch fish or animals. [1/4 definitions]
bat2 a small mammal that flies. Bats have small bodies and large wings covered with skin. Most bats eat at night, when they use sound to find and catch flying insects. Bats are found in most parts of the world. There are around one thousand kinds of bats. Their wingspans range from less than two inches to more than five feet. Some kinds of bats live in large colonies that roost in caves or in a section of forest.
cat1 a small, furry mammal with whiskers, short ears, and a long tail. Cats, also called house cats, are often kept as pets or to catch mice and rats. [1/2 definitions]
caught past tense and past participle of catch.
elusive hard to find or catch.
field to catch or stop in a game of baseball, softball, or cricket. [1/5 definitions]
fish to catch or try to catch fish. [1/5 definitions]
fishhook a metal hook with a barb and sharp tip, used to catch fish.
fishing the method, pastime, or occupation of catching or trying to catch fish.
flammable able to catch on fire easily.
foul to entangle or catch. [1/11 definitions]
get to come under the power of; catch. [1/10 definitions]
hawk1 a bird with a short hooked beak and curved claws. Hawks catch and eat small animals.
hitch1 a delay or obstacle; catch. [1/6 definitions]
hook to catch with a fishhook. [1/10 definitions]
inflammable able to catch fire and burn, or easy to set on fire and burn; flammable.
juggle to do tricks that take great skill with the hands. A common juggling trick is to throw and catch three or more objects, one at a time. [1/3 definitions]
kindle1 to start to burn; catch fire. [1/3 definitions]