Noun: язык язычок шип гребень
Verb: болтать лизать трогать языком
Adjective: языковый


to bite one's tongue off - прикусить язык

causticity of his tongue - язвительность его языка

the genius of our tongue - дух, специфика нашего языка

to hold one's tongue - молчать, держать язык за зубами, прикусить язык

to let one's tongue run away with one - говорить не думая

to have a long tongue - много болтать

protractile tongue - выдвижной язык

protruded tongue - высунутый язык

root of the tongue - корень языка

apex of the tongue - кончик языка

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He has a ready tongue. - Он за словом в карман не полезет.

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

I knew him by his tongue. - Я узнал его по манере говорить.

He spoke in a foreign tongue. - Он говорил на чужом языке.

They speak the same tongue. - Они говорят на одном языке.

Joe ran his tongue over his dry lips. - Джо провёл языком по пересохшим губам.

She has a quick wit and tongue. - У неё острый ум и острый язычок.

English is my native tongue. - Английский — мой родной язык.

It's rude to put out your tongue at people. - Неприлично показывать людям язык.

I wanted to argue, but I had to bite my tongue. - Я хотел было поспорить, но пришлось прикусить язык.

Huge tongues of fire were licking the side of the building. - Огромные языки пламени облизывали стену здания.

Can you curl your tongue? - Вы можете свернуть язык трубочкой?

the forked tongue of a snake - раздвоенный язык змеи

He spoke with a thick tongue. - Он говорил невнятно, с трудом ворочая языком.

Don't stick your tongue out, it's rude! - Не высовывай язык, это неприлично /некрасиво/!

His absence unbound his sister's tongue. - Его отсутствие развязало язык его сестре.

She clicked her tongue and shook her head. - Она поцокала языком и покачала головой.

The dog lolled its tongue out in the heat. - В жару пёс вывалил наружу язык.

The girl stuck her tongue out. - Девочка высунула язык.

It was just a slip of the tongue. - Это была всего лишь оговорка.

She should have bitten her tongue. - Ей следовало бы прикусить язычок /помалкивать/. / Лучше бы она промолчала.

Edith clucked her tongue impatiently. - Эдит нетерпеливо поцокала языком .

Symptoms include dry lips and a furred tongue. - Среди симптомов — сухие губы и обложенный язык.

To speak out what came uppermost to her tongue. - Сказать первое, что пришло ей в голову.

His tongue lolled. - Его язык свесился наружу.

a dog with its tongue lolling out - собака с высунутым языком

His tongue is hanged well enough. - У него достаточно хорошо подвешен язык.

Her tongue had a whitish fur on it. - Её язык был покрыт беловатым налётом.

The frog darted its tongue at a fly. - Лягушка выбросила язык, чтобы поймать муху.

Tongues of flame licked at the walls. - Языки пламени лизали стены.

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Связанные термины:

bull tongue: a heavy plough used in growing cotton, having an almost vertical mouldboard

ice tongue: a section of ice projecting from the base of a glacier

tongue-lash: to reprimand severely; scold

tongue-tie: a congenital condition in which the tongue has restricted mobility as the result of an abnormally short frenulum

tongue-tied: If someone is tongue-tied, they are unable to say anything because they feel shy or nervous .

tongue worm: a parasitic worm, Linguatula serrata, found in the nose of dogs, so called because of the shape of the worm

dog's-tongue: any boraginaceous weedy plant of the genus Cynoglossum, esp the Eurasian C. officinale, which has small reddish-purple flowers and spiny fruits

double-tongue: to play ( fast staccato passages) on a wind instrument by rapid obstruction and uncovering of the air passage through the lips with the tongue

forked tongue: lying or deceitful talk

hart's-tongue: an evergreen Eurasian fern, Asplenium scolopendrium, with narrow undivided fronds bearing rows of sori : family Polypodiaceae

lamb's tongue: a perennial herb, Stachys lanata, planted for its foliage, which is covered with white woolly down; the purplish or striped flowers are small

mother tongue: Your mother tongue is the language that you learn from your parents when you are a baby .

native tongue: the native language of someone; the language of the country that someone is born in or native to

sharp tongue: If you say that someone has a sharp tongue, you are critical of the fact that they say things which are unkind though often clever.

silver tongue: the characteristic of being skilful at persuading people to believe what they say or to do what they want them to do

single-tongue: to play (any nonlegato passage ) on a wind instrument by obstructing and uncovering the air passage through the lips with the tongue

triple-tongue: to play (very quick staccato passages of notes grouped in threes) on a wind instrument by a combination of single- and double-tonguing

wooden tongue: a disease of cattle and sheep, caused by infection with an Actinobacillus lignieresii and characterized by soft tissue lesions, esp of the tongue

adder's-tongue: any of several terrestrial ferns of the genus Ophioglossum, esp O. vulgatum, that grow in the N hemisphere and have a spore-bearing body that sticks out like a spike from the leaf : family Ophioglossaceae

hound's-tongue: any boraginaceous weedy plant of the genus Cynoglossum, esp the Eurasian C. officinale, which has small reddish-purple flowers and spiny fruits

swollen tongue: Your tongue is the soft movable part inside your mouth which you use for tasting, eating, and speaking.

tongue-lashing: If someone gives you a tongue-lashing, they shout at you or criticize you in a very forceful way.

tongue twister: A tongue-twister is a sentence or expression which is very difficult to say properly, especially when you try to say it quickly. An example of a tongue-twister is 'Red leather, yellow leather'.

tongue depressor: an instrument used to press the tongue down or aside

bite your tongue: to not say a particular thing, even though you want to, because it would be the wrong thing to say at the time, or because you are waiting for a better time to speak

find one's tongue: to recover the ability to talk, as after shock or embarrassment

find your tongue: to begin to talk, when you have previously been too shy or frightened to say anything

hold one's tongue: to keep quiet

tongue-and-groove: the technique of making a joint between two boards by means of a tongue along the edge of one board that fits into a groove along the edge of the other board

tongue in cheek: A tongue-in-cheek remark or attitude is not serious, although it may seem to be.

on everyone's tongue: prevailing as common gossip

slip of the tongue: If you describe something you said as a slip of the tongue, you mean that you said it by mistake .

loosen someone's tongue: If you say that something has loosened someone's tongue, you mean that it has made them talk about something, often when they should have remained silent .

to hold your tongue: If you hold your tongue, you do not say anything even though you might want to or be expected to, because it is the wrong time to say it.

actinobacillosis: a disease of cattle and sheep, caused by infection with an Actinobacillus lignieresii and characterized by soft tissue lesions, esp of the tongue

dogtooth violet: a name for various plants of the liliaceous genus Erythronium, esp the North American E . americanum, with yellow nodding flowers, or the European E. dens-canis, with purple flowers

a slip of the tongue: something that you said by mistake

mother-in-law's tongue: any herbaceous perennial plant of the liliaceous genus Sansevieria, of Old World tropical regions. Some are cultivated as house plants for their erect bayonet-like fleshy leaves of variegated green (mother-in-law's tongue ); others yield useful fibre ( bowstring hemp )

speak with forked tongue: to lie or deliberately mislead people

tongue-and-groove joint: a joint made between two boards by means of a tongue along the edge of one board that fits into a groove along the edge of the other board

(with) tongue in cheek: in a humorously ironic, mocking, or insincere way

give someone a tongue-lashing: to speak harshly or angrily to someone about something that they have done

on the tip of one's tongue: about to come to mind

on the tip of your tongue: If a comment or question is on the tip of your tongue, you really want to say it or ask it, but you decide not to say it.

egg and dart: an ornamental moulding in which a half egg shape alternates with a dart, tongue, or anchor shape

mind your language/tongue/manners: If you tell someone, especially a child, to mind their language, mind their tongue, or mind their manners, you are telling them to speak or behave properly and politely.

on the tip of someone's tongue: almost said by someone

the rough side of one's tongue: harsh words; a reprimand, rebuke, or verbal attack

to get your tongue around something: If you say that you can not get your tongue round or around a particular word or phrase, you mean that you find it very difficult to pronounce .

with one's tongue in one's cheek: with insincere or ironical intent

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Однокоренные слова:

tongueless - не имеющий языка, безъязыкий, неспособный говорить

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