Definition of 'mouth'
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They also talk with their mouths full. The Sun (2016)He was told to keep his mouth shut. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The rodent raised its paws and opened its mouth hoping to scare off the predator. The Sun (2017)Speech was impossible because we couldn't move our mouths. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The producers will let me sit there with dried toothpaste around my mouth,' she says. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Now in Lebanon, he and his family are safe but existence is hand to mouth. Times, Sunday Times (2016)If a wolf bites into the vest, the cartridges spray the wolf's face and mouth with chilli. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It turns out that, for the most part, we’re voluntarily putting them in our mouths around three times a day. Smithsonian Mag (2017)But I'm not going to look a gift horse in the mouth. The Sun (2016)Who is going to look that gift horse in the mouth? The Sun (2013)My mouth moves but no sound comes out. The Sun (2012)There will often be small fine lines around the mouth and eyes. Take Care of Your Skin (1990)Everything she says comes out of her mouth fully formed and considered. Times, Sunday Times (2012)When he was young he was brash and always mouthing off. Times, Sunday Times (2012)We were soon approaching the mouth of a big river. THE LAST OF THE GENTLEMEN ADVENTURERS: Coming of Age in the Arctic (2004)Laughter lines from nose to mouth make lips look pinched and smaller. The Sun (2012)You may only go back to the mouth of the cave. What the Bee Knows - reflections on myth, symbol and story (1989)Then she puts her hand over her mouth and laughs. Times, Sunday Times (2007)He cleans his teeth with his fingers and always talks with his mouth full. The Sun (2008)You have got to give that first mouth something to work with. THE 22 IMMUTABLE LAWS OF BRANDING (2002)My teeth ended up in another part of my mouth. The Sun (2012)Will stephen be able to keep his potty mouth clean? The Sun (2015) Open your mouth and swallow it without chewing. The Broken God (1993)It swiped my face with its paw and had my face in its mouth at some point. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Mum would be the first to admit that she was happy to cut corners to feed hungry mouths. Times, Sunday Times (2015)A couple are in tears while another sits alone, mouth opening and closing like a shell-shocked goldfish. The Sun (2012)
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Translations for 'mouth'
British English: mouth /maʊθ/ NOUN
Your mouth is your lips, or the space behind your lips where your teeth and tongue are.
He covered his mouth with his hand.
- American English: mouth
- Arabic: فَمٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: boca
- Chinese: 嘴巴
- Croatian: usta
- Czech: ústa
- Danish: mund
- Dutch: mond gezicht
- European Spanish: boca
- Finnish: suu
- French: bouche
- German: Mund
- Greek: στόμα
- Italian: bocca
- Japanese: 口
- Korean: 입
- Norwegian: munn
- Polish: usta
- European Portuguese: boca
- Romanian: gură
- Russian: рот
- Spanish: boca
- Swedish: mun
- Thai: ปาก
- Turkish: ağız
- Ukrainian: рот
- Vietnamese: miệng
British English: mouth VERB
If you mouth something, you form words with your lips without making any sound.
I mouthed a goodbye and hurried in behind my mother.
- American English: mouth
- Brazilian Portuguese: movimentar os lábios sem de fato emitir som algum
- Chinese: 用口形不出声地说
- European Spanish: articular
- French: articuler en silence
- German: mit Lippenbewegungen sagen
- Italian: formare con la boccaparola
- Japanese: 口をもぐもぐさせる
- Korean: 소리 없이 입 모양으로 말하다
- European Portuguese: movimentar os lábios sem emitir som algum
- Spanish: articular
Definition of mouth from the Collins English Dictionary
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