Spanish translation: Mi gato esta lleno de pulgas.
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English to Spanish translations [Non-PRO] Linguistics / Linguistics
English term or phrase:My cat is crawling with fleas.
Here's a sentence that linguists like. I can see partly why since it is expressed different ways in different languages. Some languages I've studied like Albanian and Rumanian say it pretty straightforward like "My cat is full of fleas" e.g. Rumanian: Pisica mea e plina de purici. Others say it more idiomatically like English e.g. Irish Ta mo cat beo le dreancaidi (Taw muh koot bow luh drann-kah-jee) = "My cat is alive with fleas".
I was wondering how it would be said in Spanish? Any help is appreciated. I appreciate even answers I don't vote for. After all I can only vote for one.