Learn how to say Cheetah correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.
Oxford dictionary definition of the word cheetah:
a large feline mammal, Acinonyx jubatus, of Africa and SW Asia: the swiftest mammal, having very long legs, nonretractile claws, and a black-spotted light-brown coat
C18: from Hindi cītā, from Sanskrit citrakāya tiger, from citra bright, speckled + kāya body
Example Sentences Including ‘cheetah’
Devils, wallabies, wombats are trophy sightings every bit as fascinating as a cheetah on the Masai Mara or a lion in the Kruger.
THE MERCURY, SUNDAY TASMANIAN (2004)
For another, it’s just great fun to know how to release a cheetah from a bullock cart and read about how it rockets off after its prey.
INDIA TODAY (1998)
The sight of our first lion dozing in a bush, followed by a cheetah eating a kill, brought gasps from everyone.
SUN, NEWS OF THE WORLD (2001)
They are usually divided into large cats – such as the lion, leopard, tiger and jaguar – and small cats, with the cheetah in its own group.
Bennett, Darren LEARN TO DRAW CATS
They claimed to have found a cheetah , capable of running at 70mph, in a tiny paddock with only a football to play with.
TIMES, SUNDAY TIMES (2002)
Visitors will able to take guided on-foot safaris among a range of African animals including giraffe, zebra and even cheetah.
THE ADVERTISER, SUNDAY MAIL (2004)