Definition of 'fang'
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We do not have claws or fangs or body armour. Times, Sunday Times (2012)They have large fangs containing venom. The Sun (2010)A fight with poisonous fangs can only be swift and deadly. Times, Sunday Times (2008)I put in some sharp fangs to suck the blood from my partner. The Sun (2011)It has six small eyes and two large ones, and large red fangs which it displays by raising its front two legs. The Sun (2015)In front of the large fangs are rows of small teeth, and to complete the resemblance these would have to be removed. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Hair can stand on edge to make the mammal seem larger; lips are pulled back to make fangs look as large as possible. Times, Sunday Times (2014)No, they will always try to chain him up and tear out his fangs and claws... then stuff him or put his skin on the wall. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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Translations for 'fang'
British English: fang NOUN
Fangs are the two long, sharp, upper teeth that some animals have.
The cobra sank its venomous fangs into his hand.
Definition of fang from the Collins English Dictionary
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