cat's pyjamas

cat's pyjamas
Noun. The best. Cf. 'cat's whiskers'.

English slang and colloquialisms. 2014.

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  • the cat's pyjamas — or the cat s whiskers (informal) 1. The very thing that is wanted, the ideal thing 2. Anyone or anything considered to be the best or greatest • • • Main Entry: ↑cat …   Useful english dictionary

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  • (be) the cat's pyjamas — be the cat s ˈwhiskers/pyˈjamas idiom (informal) to be the best thing, person, idea, etc • He thinks he s the cat s whiskers (= he has a high opinion of himself). Main entry: ↑catidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • pyjamas — py|ja|mas BrE pajamas AmE [pəˈdʒa:məz US ˈdʒæ , ˈdʒa: ] n [plural] 1.) a soft pair of trousers and a top that you wear in bed ▪ striped pyjamas 2.) loose trousers that are tied around the waist, worn by Muslim men or women >pyjama adj [only… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • cat — I. /kæt / (say kat) noun 1. a domesticated carnivore, Felis sylvestris catus (formerly Felis catus), thought to be descended from the African wildcat, Felis sylvestris lybica, and now widely distributed in a number of breeds; feral populations… …  

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