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pet1 British & World English

A domestic or tamed animal kept for companionship or pleasure

pet2 British & World English

A fit of sulking or ill humour

PET British & World English

Polyethylene terephthalate

pet1 English Thesaurus

the others teased him and called him teacher's pet

pet2 English Thesaurus

Mum's in a pet

Pet. British & World English

Peter (in biblical references)

Pet. New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

Peter (in biblical references)

polyethylene terephthalate British & World English

A synthetic resin made by copolymerizing ethylene glycol and terephthalic acid, widely used to make polyester fibres

PET in polyethylene terephthalate British & World English

A synthetic resin made by copolymerizing ethylene glycol and terephthalic acid, widely used to make polyester fibres

pet-sit British & World English

Stay in someone’s house while they are away and look after their pet or pets

pet food British & World English

Commercially prepared food for pets

pet form British & World English

An altered form of a name used to express affection or familiarity

pet name British & World English

A name that is used instead of someone’s usual first name to express fondness or familiarity

pet peeve British & World English

Something that a particular person finds especially annoying

pet passport British & World English

A document certifying an animal’s identity, health, and vaccination status, enabling it to be taken to and from certain countries without the need for a period of quarantine

hate British & World English

An intensely disliked person or thing


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