Definition of 'dental floss'
Example sentences containing 'dental floss'
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Your doctor will probably advise you to clean your teeth frequently and to use dental floss. The Medicine Chest - your family's guide to prescription drugs (1988)You might as well just wear dental floss. The Sun (2016)Could your storm be that your marriage is hanging on by dental floss? Christianity Today (2000)If this occurs your doctor will probably advise you to clean your teeth frequently and to use dental floss. The Medicine Chest - your family's guide to prescription drugs (1988)
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Used Rarely. dental floss is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'dental floss'
British English: dental floss /ˈdɛntl flɒs/ NOUN
Dental floss is a type of thread that is used to clean the gaps between your teeth.
- American English: dental floss
- Arabic: خَيْطٌ لتَنْظِيفِ ما بَيْـنَ الَأسْنان
- Brazilian Portuguese: fio dental
- Chinese: 洁牙线
- Croatian: konac za zube
- Czech: dentální nit
- Danish: tandtråd
- Dutch: tandzijde
- European Spanish: hilo dental
- Finnish: hammaslanka
- French: fil dentaire
- German: Zahnseide
- Greek: οδοντικό νήμα
- Italian: filo interdentale
- Japanese: デンタルフロス
- Korean: 치실
- Norwegian: tanntråd
- Polish: nić dentystyczna
- European Portuguese: fio dental
- Romanian: ață dentară
- Russian: зубная нить
- Spanish: hilo dental
- Swedish: tandtråd
- Thai: ไหมขัดฟัน
- Turkish: diş ipi
- Ukrainian: зубна нитка
- Vietnamese: chỉ tơ vệ sinh răng
Definition of dental floss from the Collins English Dictionary
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