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tongue
[UK: tʌŋ]
glosso, sprache, zunge, zünglein
tongue lashing
[UK: tʌŋ læʃiŋ]
suada, suade, tirade
tongue of a bell
[UK: tʌŋ ɔf ə bel]
glockenschwengel, klapper, klöppel
tongue of flame
[UK: tʌŋ ɔf fleim]
feuerzunge
tongue of land
[UK: tʌŋ ɔf lænd]
landzunge, nehrung
tongue shaped
[UK: tʌŋ ʃeipt]
zungenförmig
tongue twister
[UK: tʌŋ ʃeipt]
zungenbrecher
tongue-like part
[UK: tʌŋ ʃeipt]
blatthäutchen
tongue-tied
[UK: tʌŋ ʃeipt]
zunge im zaum halten
tongue-twister
[UK: tʌŋ ʃeipt]
zungenbrecher
tongued
[UK: tʌŋd]
gezapft, gezüngelt
tongueless
[UK: tʌŋd]
zungenlos
tongues
[UK: tʌŋz]
zungen
tongues will wag
[UK: tʌŋz wil weidʒ]
das wird gerede geben
beef tongue
[UK: biːf tʌŋ]
rinderzunge
bit his tongue
[UK: bit haiz tʌŋ]
hat seine zunge gebissen
bite one's tongue
[UK: bit haiz tʌŋ]
auf die zunge beißen
burn the tongue
[UK: bəːn ðiː tʌŋ]
zunge verbrennen
clean tongue
[UK: kliːn tʌŋ]
saubere sprache
click one's tongue
[UK: kliːn tʌŋ]
mit der zunge schnalzen, zunge schnalzen
coat of the tongue
[UK: kout ɔf ðiː tʌŋ]
zungenbelag
coated tongue
[UK: koutid tʌŋ]
belegte zunge
congenital absence of the tongue
[UK: kəndʒenitl æbsəns ɔf ðiː tʌŋ]
aglossia, zungenlosigkeit
couldn't find his tongue
[UK: kəndʒenitl æbsəns ɔf ðiː tʌŋ]
ihm blieb die sprache weg
filmy coating on the tongue
[UK: filmiː koutiŋ ɔn ðiː tʌŋ]
zungenbelag
find one's tongue
[UK: filmiː koutiŋ ɔn ðiː tʌŋ]
sprache wieder finden, sprache wiederfinden
furred tongue
[UK: filmiː koutiŋ ɔn ðiː tʌŋ]
belegte zunge
guard you tongue
[UK: gɑːd jau tʌŋ]
hüte deine zunge
have a long tongue
[UK: gɑːd jau tʌŋ]
lange zunge haben, lose zunge haben
have a quick tongue
[UK: gɑːd jau tʌŋ]
spitze zunge haben
have a ready tongue
[UK: gɑːd jau tʌŋ]
spitze zunge haben
having a tongue
[UK: hæviŋ ə tʌŋ]
gezüngelt
held his tongue
[UK: held haiz tʌŋ]
beherrschte seine zunge, hielt seine zunge im zaum, hielt seinen mund
hold one's tongue
[UK: held haiz tʌŋ]
eigene zunge abbeißen, klappe halten, schnabel halten, schnauze halten
hold your tongue
[UK: held haiz tʌŋ]
halt den mund, halt mal die luft an, halten sie ihren mund
inflammation of the tongue
[UK: infləmeiʃən ɔf ðiː tʌŋ]
zungenentzündung
loose tongue
[UK: luːs tʌŋ]
freie zunge, lockeres maul, lose zunge, quatscht gerne, zunge lockern
lose one's tongue
[UK: luːs tʌŋ]
sprache verlieren
lost his tongue
[UK: lɔst haiz tʌŋ]
verschlug ihm die sprache
malicious-tongue
[UK: məliʃəstʌŋ]
schandmaul
mother tongue
[UK: mʌðər tʌŋ]
muttersprache
mother-tongue
[UK: mʌðərtʌŋ]
muttersprache
movement of the tongue
[UK: muːvmənt ɔf ðiː tʌŋ]
zungenbewegung
native tongue
[UK: neitiv tʌŋ]
muttersprache
of the teeth and tongue
[UK: ɔf ðiː tiːθ ænd tʌŋ]
der zunge und der zähne
of the tongue
[UK: ɔf ðiː tʌŋ]
glosso
oil one's tongue
[UK: ɔf ðiː tʌŋ]
fließend reden, zunge lockern
on everybody's tongue
[UK: ɔf ðiː tʌŋ]
jeder spricht darüber
ox tongue
[UK: ɔks tʌŋ]
rinderzunge
ox-tongue
[UK: ɔks tʌŋ]
ochsenzunge
pain in the tongue
[UK: pein in ðiː tʌŋ]
zungenschmerz
protrude one's tongue
[UK: pein in ðiː tʌŋ]
zunge herausstrecken
resembling a tongue
[UK: rizembliŋ ə tʌŋ]
zungenartig, zungenförmig
sharp tongue
[UK: ʃɑːp tʌŋ]
scharfe zunge
slip of the tongue
[UK: slip ɔf ðiː tʌŋ]
freud'scher versprecher, freudianischer fehltritt, freudscher versprecher, lapsus linguae, versprecher
stuck out his tongue
[UK: stʌk aʊt haiz tʌŋ]
streckte seine zunge aus
the holy tongue
[UK: ðiː houliː tʌŋ]
heilige sprache
tie one's tongue
[UK: ðiː houliː tʌŋ]
zunge hüten, zunge im zaum halten
tip of the tongue
[UK: tip ɔf ðiː tʌŋ]
zungenspitze
tips of the tongue
[UK: tipsɔfðtʌŋ ɔf ðiː tʌŋ]
zungenspitzen
to bite one's tongue
[UK: tipsɔfðtʌŋ ɔf ðiː tʌŋ]
sich auf die zunge beißen
under the tongue
[UK: ʌndər ðiː tʌŋ]
unterzünglich
underside of the tongue
[UK: ʌndəsaid ɔf ðiː tʌŋ]
zungenunterseite
vicious tongue
[UK: viʃəs tʌŋ]
lästerzunge
watch one's tongue
[UK: viʃəs tʌŋ]
auf seine sprache achten
watched his tongue
[UK: wɔtʃt haiz tʌŋ]
achtete auf seine worte
wicked tongue
[UK: wikt tʌŋ]
böse mundwerk, böse zunge
without a tongue
[UK: wiθɔːt ə tʌŋ]
zungenlos
act of drawing tongue across
[UK: ækt ɔf drɔːiŋ tʌŋ əkrɔs]
ablecken
be smooth-tongued
[UK: ækt ɔf drɔːiŋ tʌŋ əkrɔs]
glatte zunge haben
draw tongue across
[UK: drɔː tʌŋ əkrɔs]
anlecken, belecken, lecken
let one's tongue run
[UK: drɔː tʌŋ əkrɔs]
eigener zunge freien lauf lassen
one of the pakistani tongues
[UK: wʌn ɔf ðiː pɑːkistɑːniː tʌŋz]
urdu
open-mouth kiss involving tongue contact
[UK: wʌn ɔf ðiː pɑːkistɑːniː tʌŋz]
zungenkuss
sharp-tongued
[UK: wʌn ɔf ðiː pɑːkistɑːniː tʌŋz]
bissig, genervt, scharfzüngig, spitzzüngig
smooth-tongued
[UK: wʌn ɔf ðiː pɑːkistɑːniː tʌŋz]
aalglatt, wortgewandt
speaking in tongues
[UK: spiːkiŋ in tʌŋz]
glossolalie
to put one's tongue out
[UK: spiːkiŋ in tʌŋz]
die zunge herausstecken
to set tongues wagging
[UK: tou set tʌŋz wægiŋ]
für gerede sorgen
to speak in tongues
[UK: tou set tʌŋz wægiŋ]
sich gelehrt ausdrücken
was tongue-tied
[UK: tou set tʌŋz wægiŋ]
konnte kein wort sagen

Example Sentences Including 'tongue'

With whoppers coming from Burger King to T-Mobile, here is our round-up of the most hilarious tongue-in-cheek hoaxes that have surfaced.

The hypoglossal nerve is the twelfth cranial nerve, and innervates all the extrinsic and intrinsic muscles of the tongue, except for the palatoglossus which is innervated by the vagus nerve.

The buttered cat paradox is a common joke based on the tongue-in-cheek combination of two adages:.

Achillea ptarmica, the sneezewort, sneezeweed, bastard pellitory, European pellitory, fair-maid-of-France, goose tongue, sneezewort yarrow, wild pellitory, or white tansy, is a European species of herbaceous perennial flowering plant in the genus Achillea.

In Quebec, an allophone is a resident, usually an immigrant, whose mother tongue or home language is neither French nor English.

The Rocky star, who was forced to prove he was still alive this week, posted two tongue-in-cheek videos on Instagram showing him in the weights room.

6,000 on body modifications, including a split tongue and blue inkings on her eyeballs.

The dorsal lingual veins are veins which drain the tongue.

The fully grown amphibian appears to have a healthy body and legs -- but is missing its eyes, nose, jaws, tongue, and probably most of its brain.

The ex-England defender has developed a vicious tongue as a Sky Sports pundit - after woeful coaching spells with England and Valencia.

The chorda tympani is a branch of the facial nerve that originates from the taste buds in the front of the tongue, runs through the middle ear, and carries taste messages to the brain.

The Manchester City defender made the admission in a tongue-in-cheek promotional video for a deodorant -- and insisted all his teammates do it too.

Teeth & Tongue is the music project of Melbourne based, New Zealand-born songwriter and musician Jess Cornelius.

40,000 to look like a dragon - complete with a forked tongue, tattooed scales and horns .

The returning heavyweight appeared on Good Morning Britain with Reid and Piers Morgan to preview his June 9 boxing comeback when a slip of the tongue sparked a storm in a milk-free coffee .

Mauricio Pochettino admitted it might take another manager to take the club to the next level - in two separate post-match interviews, so it was no slip of the tongue.

Athetosis is a symptom characterized by slow, involuntary, convoluted, writhing movements of the fingers, hands, toes, and feet and in some cases, arms, legs, neck and tongue.

Licking is the action of passing the tongue over a surface, typically either to deposit saliva onto the surface, or to collect liquid, food or minerals onto the tongue for ingestion, or to communicate with other animals.

The Brit star stuck his tongue out while holding British bulldog Pablo following his What We Wear fashion show on Monday.

Open Mind Productions was founded in 1989 by Roland Tongue and Chris Ellis.





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