Definition of 'nose'
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His perfect job was right under his nose all along. The Sun (2016)His image transformation has long given rise to rumours that he has had a nose job. The Sun (2016)If the company keeps its nose clean they should recover further. Times, Sunday Times (2017)All that house dust can get right up your nose. The Sun (2016)The world would be a happier place if these footballers stopped rubbing our noses in their obscene wealth. The Sun (2016)We had to really work hard then show a bit of quality at the end to get our noses in front. The Sun (2017)Dec said:'We are going to rub his nose in a little bit. The Sun (2017)This is another clear case of how easy it is to miss something right under your nose. Your One Week Way to Mind-Fitness (1994)I'VE been having problems with my nose for the past few months. The Sun (2009)She messed around trying to touch her nose with her tongue. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The wolf will always follow its nose. The Sun (2014)That has been as plain to see as the nose on your face. Times, Sunday Times (2013)When quizzed he claimed her bruises were caused by a nose job. The Sun (2015)In fact it gets quite a good nose job with a very aggressive double grille. The Sun (2006)We need to get our noses in front. The Sun (2008)Maisie also reached out a timid hand to stroke the horse 's nose. Burning Bright (2007)We don't want people to listen to us with their noses in the air. The Sun (2012)
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Translations for 'nose'
British English: nose /nəʊz/ NOUN
Your nose is the part of your face which sticks out above your mouth. You use it for smelling and breathing.
She wiped her nose with a tissue.
- American English: nose
- Arabic: أَنْفٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: nariz
- Chinese: 鼻
- Croatian: nos
- Czech: nos
- Danish: næse
- Dutch: neus
- European Spanish: nariz
- Finnish: nenä
- French: nez
- German: Nase
- Greek: μύτη
- Italian: naso
- Japanese: 鼻
- Korean: 코
- Norwegian: nese
- Polish: nos
- European Portuguese: nariz
- Romanian: nas
- Russian: нос
- Spanish: nariz
- Swedish: näsa
- Thai: จมูก
- Turkish: burun
- Ukrainian: ніс
- Vietnamese: mũi
British English: nose VERB
If a vehicle noses in a certain direction or if you nose it there, you move it slowly and carefully in that direction.
He could not see the driver as the car nosed forward.
Definition of nose from the Collins English Dictionary
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