Definition of 'teethe'
Example sentences containing 'teethe'
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There will be teething problems. Times, Sunday Times (2016)This one has had its teething problems. Times, Sunday Times (2013)There is a view that this is a bit more than teething troubles. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The manager admitted to teething problems in a recent interview. Times, Sunday Times (2007)But these teething troubles are being sorted out. The Sun (2013)Sharing the dog has thrown up enough teething problems. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Let us hope that these are just teething problems. Times, Sunday Times (2012)We expect teething problems to emerge throughout this summer for us to address and rectify during the winter. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Time will tell whether it was necessary or not but the appointment has not been without its teething problems. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Hope that this was just a case of teething trouble and that common ground would be found was to prove unfounded. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Clearly there would be teething problems. Times, Sunday Times (2015)There are some teething troubles, though. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The deal was worth $250 million over ten years but the cost was horrible teething troubles. Times, Sunday Times (2015)We don't have time for teething problems at the moment. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Of all the problems people experience with puppies, by far the most common is teething troubles. THE DOG LISTENER: Learning the Language of your Best Friend (2002)We are not seeing teething problems at Heathrow. The Sun (2008)There are also signs that this season will have teething problems, at least to begin with. Times, Sunday Times (2008)I found the new network has annoying teething troubles. The Sun (2012)We may see a flurry of red and yellow cards and there are sure to be teething issues, but the players will learn quickly enough. Times, Sunday Times (2016)She added: 'The beads did not help my daughter with teething pain. The Sun (2012)Or bulletins on sleeping routines, teething issues and stool consistency, or hilarious sayings. Times, Sunday Times (2012)There has been, to put it mildly, teething trouble. Times, Sunday Times (2011)
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Translations for 'teethe'
British English: teethe /tiːð/ VERB
When babies are teething, their teeth are starting to appear through their gums.
She broke off a bit of rusk and gave it to the baby, who was teething.
- American English: teethe
- Arabic: نَبَتَتْ أَسْنَانُهُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: endentecer
- Chinese: 儿童出牙齿
- Croatian: dobivati zube
- Czech: prořezávat se zuby
- Danish: få tænder
- Dutch: tandjes krijgen
- European Spanish: echar los dientes
- Finnish: saada hampaita
- French: faire ses dents
- German: zahnen
- Greek: βγάζω δόντια
- Italian: mettere i denti
- Japanese: 歯が生える
- Korean: 젖니가 나다
- Norwegian: få tenner
- Polish: ząbkować
- European Portuguese: nascer dentes
- Romanian: a-i ieși dinții
- Russian: прорезываться (о зубах)
- Spanish: salir los dientes
- Swedish: få tänder
- Thai: ฟันน้ำนมขึ้น
- Turkish: diş çıkarmak
- Ukrainian: прорізатися (про зуби)
- Vietnamese: mọc răng
Definition of teethe from the Collins English Dictionary
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