English translation of 'faire ses dents'
faire ses dents
to teethe ⧫ to cut teeth
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Mais en Australie, le " p'tit gars " aux goûts simples entend faire ses dents.Le Monde (1999)
'faire ses dents' in Other Languages
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
Translation of faire ses dents from the Collins French to English Dictionary
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