teeth

Перевод:

Noun: зубы

Фразы:

smile, exposing a set of white teeth - улыбка, обнажающая белоснежные зубы

to get the bit between one's teeth - закусить удила, не знать удержу

through gritted teeth - сквозь стиснутые зубы

to lie in one's throat, to lie in one's teeth, to lie through one's teeth - бесстыдно лгать

to show one's teeth - показать зубы

through shut teeth - сквозь зубы, стиснув зубы

store teeth - вставная челюсть

to be armed to the teeth - быть вооружённым до зубов

to brush / clean one's teeth - чистить зубы

short-bite anterior teeth - искусственные передние зубы на приточке

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Примеры:

Candy will rot your teeth. - Из за конфет гниют зубы. / Конфеты испортят твои зубы.

The dentist cleaned my teeth. - Стоматолог почистил мне зубы.

The dog bared its teeth. - Собака оскалила зубы.

He had two teeth pulled. - Ему удалили два зуба.

Don't forget to brush your teeth. - Не забудь почистить зубы.

His teeth had rotted away. - У него сгнили все зубы.

grate one's teeth in anger - скрипеть зубами от злости

Her teeth were pearly white. - Её зубы были жемчужно-белыми.

He has a set of false teeth. - У него (есть) вставные зубы.

His teeth were locked together. - Он стиснул зубы.

He had lovely white, even teeth. - У него были прекрасные белые ровные зубы.

The dog sank its teeth into my leg. - Собака вонзила зубы в мою ногу.

He's had his teeth capped. - Он поставил себе на зубы коронки.

He sits there picking his teeth. - Сидит там и ковыряет в зубах.

the lingual surface of the teeth - язычная поверхность зубов

She clenched her teeth in anger. - Она стиснула зубы от злости.

He grinds his teeth in his sleep. - Он скрипит зубами во сне.

She has to have two teeth pulled. - Ей придётся вырвать два зуба.

My lips might freeze to my teeth. - У меня губы чуть не примёрзли к зубам.

Floss your teeth after every meal. - Пользуйтесь зубной нитью после каждого приёма пищи.

His teeth do not occlude properly. - У него неправильный прикус.

The man grinned, showing bad teeth. - Мужчина широко улыбнулся, показав плохие зубы.

The dog sank its teeth into my arm. - Собака вонзила зубы в мою руку.

The dog buried its teeth in my leg. - Собака вонзила свои зубы в мою ногу.

The shark snapped its horrid teeth. - Акула щёлкнула своими ужасными зубами.

Two of her front teeth were missing. - Два её передних зуба отсутствовали. / У неё не хватало двух передних зубов.

Eating sweets is bad for your teeth. - Кушать сладкое — вредно для зубов.

She just sucked her teeth and stared. - Она только цыкнула зубом и пристально посмотрела.

His tongue is too long for his teeth. - У него слишком длинный язык.

The dog sank its teeth into his ankle. - Собака вцепилась зубами ему в лодыжку.

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Связанные термины:

sawtooth: (of a waveform ) having an amplitude that varies linearly with time between two values, the interval in one direction often being much greater than the other

tooth: Your teeth are the hard white objects in your mouth, which you use for biting and chewing.

eye teeth: → See give your eye teeth

baby teeth: → baby tooth

back teeth: → back tooth

buck teeth: upper front teeth which stick out

false teeth: Your teeth are the hard white objects in your mouth, which you use for biting and chewing .

front teeth: Your teeth are the hard white objects in your mouth, which you use for biting and chewing .

white teeth: Your teeth are the hard white objects in your mouth, which you use for biting and chewing .

gritted teeth: Your teeth are the hard white objects in your mouth, which you use for biting and chewing .

rotten teeth: Your teeth are the hard white objects in your mouth, which you use for biting and chewing .

second teeth: the teeth which replace the milk teeth

clenched teeth: Your teeth are the hard white objects in your mouth, which you use for biting and chewing .

dragon's teeth: conical or wedge-shaped concrete antitank obstacles protruding from the ground in rows: used in World War II

teeth grinding: habitual, purposeless clenching and grinding of the teeth, esp. during sleep

to the teeth: to the greatest possible degree

gnashing of teeth: when people become very worried or upset by something that has happened, especially when they are overreacting or showing their concern in an excessive way

gnash one's teeth: If you say that someone is gnashing their teeth, you mean they are angry or frustrated about something.

gnash your teeth: to show your anger about something in a very obvious way

grind your teeth: If you grind your teeth, you rub your upper and lower teeth together as though you are chewing something.

grit your teeth: to decide to continue even though the situation you are in is very difficult

in the teeth of: If you do something in the teeth of a difficulty or danger, you do it in spite of the difficulty or danger.

like pulling teeth: very difficult to do

set one's teeth: to prepare to meet firmly something difficult or unpleasant

show one's teeth: to threaten, esp in a defensive manner

show your teeth: to show that you are capable of fighting or defending yourself

sow dragon's teeth: to take some action that is intended to prevent strife or trouble but that actually brings it about

baby tooth: → milk tooth

back tooth: a tooth in the back of your jaw

egg tooth: (in embryo birds and reptiles ) a temporary tooth or (in birds) projection of the beak used for piercing the eggshell

milk tooth: Your milk teeth are the first teeth that grow in your mouth, which later fall out and are replaced by a second set .

armed to the teeth: Someone who is armed to the teeth is armed with a lot of weapons or with very effective weapons.

cut one's teeth on: to use at an early age or stage

kick in the teeth: a humiliating rebuff

something has teeth: said to mean that something, such as an organization or a law, has the necessary authority or power to make people obey it

to grit your teeth: If you grit your teeth, you make up your mind to carry on even if the situation is very difficult .

sweet tooth: a strong liking for sweet foods

tweet tooth: a person who has a strong craving to post a tweet on the Twitter website

a kick in the teeth: If you describe an event as a kick in the teeth, you are emphasizing that it is very disappointing and upsetting .

get one's teeth into: to become engrossed in

give your eye teeth: If you say that you would give your eye teeth for something, you mean that you want it very much and you would do anything to get it.

scarce as hen's teeth: extremely rare

to gnash one's teeth: If you say that someone is gnashing their teeth, you mean they are angry or frustrated about something.

stomach tooth: either of the canine teeth in the lower jaw of an infant

third molar: any of the four molar teeth, one at the back of each side of the jaw, that are the last of the permanent teeth to erupt

wisdom tooth: Your wisdom teeth are the four large teeth at the back of your mouth which usually grow much later than your other teeth.

cut one's wisdom teeth: to arrive at the age of discretion

lie through one's teeth: If you say that someone is lying through their teeth, you are emphasizing that they are telling lies.

lie through your teeth: to tell very obvious lies while appearing not to be embarrassed about this

set your teeth on edge: if something sets your teeth on edge, you find it extremely irritating or unpleasant

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Однокоренные слова:

teething - прорезывание зубов

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