Definition of 'toothpaste'
Example sentences containing 'toothpaste'
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They should learn to put their own toothpaste on the brush and run their own baths. The Sun (2016)I'd just put all the toothpaste on my nose. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Your toothpaste will be squeezed dry and your fancy body wash will disappear. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Music of the highest nobility crawled forth like toothpaste squeezed from an unending tube. Times, Sunday Times (2012)You can also save money on family staples such as toothpaste and soaps. The Sun (2008)Thursday Brief but ugly scuffle in bathroom over who gets to squeeze my toothpaste. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Their kit consists only of toothbrush, toothpaste and sleeping bag. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Around the world, we are somehow finding a way to squeeze the toothpaste back into the tube. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The answer to conservation in Borneo is not to try to put the toothpaste back into the tube. Times, Sunday Times (2012)This is the man who has a footman put the toothpaste on his toothbrush for him, after all. The Sun (2012)Alternatively it could buy a hygiene kit containing toothbrush, toothpaste and soap to keep survivors clean in the chaos. The Sun (2013) Put toothpaste on his brush. Christianity Today (2000)I can't put the toothpaste back in the tube. Times, Sunday Times (2006)I'm not convinced that this is the best way of putting the toothpaste back in the tube. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The men stripped naked and squeezed 'like toothpaste out of a tube' through an air vent. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Look in our bathroom and you'll see a nice clean tube of toothpaste, hardly used. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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Translations for 'toothpaste'
British English: toothpaste /ˈtuːθˌpeɪst/ NOUN
Toothpaste is a thick substance which you use to clean your teeth.
...shaving supplies, toothpaste, and soap.
- American English: toothpaste
- Arabic: مَعْجُونُ الَأسْنَان
- Brazilian Portuguese: creme dental
- Chinese: 牙膏
- Croatian: pasta za zube
- Czech: zubní pasta
- Danish: tandpasta
- Dutch: tandpasta
- European Spanish: dentífrico
- Finnish: hammastahna
- French: dentifrice
- German: Zahnpasta
- Greek: οδοντόκρεμα
- Italian: dentifricio
- Japanese: 練り歯ミガキ
- Korean: 치약
- Norwegian: tannkrem
- Polish: pasta do zębów
- European Portuguese: pasta de dentes
- Romanian: pastă de dinți
- Russian: зубная паста
- Spanish: pasta de dientes
- Swedish: tandkräm
- Thai: ยาสีฟัน
- Turkish: diş macunu
- Ukrainian: зубна паста
- Vietnamese: kem đánh răng
Definition of toothpaste from the Collins English Dictionary
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