noun plural -ties
- 1 [colloquial] (money)we've nothing in the kittyfondo (masculine) comúnestamos sin fondosExample sentences
- It is always easier to raise private donations if the government is seen to make a contribution towards the kitty.
- The jackpot is set to start at around €10 million with rollovers and bonus prize funds boosting the kitty to more than €50 million.
- There is still money left in the kitty according to the manager, and he says he will spend it, albeit with a natural reluctance.
- 2 (cards)Example sentences
- Before each new deal the dealer has the option to add more money to the kitty, but must not take anything out of it.
- Before each deal, each player must pay 1 unit into the pool or kitty.
- Before the first round, each player puts a stake into a kitty.
noun plural -ties
- [colloquial] (cat)Example sentences
- For indoor cats, my kitties spend an awful lot of time outside.
- Choose a time when your home is not too busy and you will have time to devote to your new kitty and your existing cat.
- I snuggled on the sofa with my adorable kitty cat and watched TV.
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