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mouthful

noun [C]  /ˈmɑʊθˌfʊl/ us  

mouthful noun [C] (BODY PART)

the amount of food or drink that fills your mouth, or that you put into your mouth at one time: Marj forked up a mouthful of pie. infml A mouthful is also a long word or sentence, or something said that has a lot of meaning: He has a mouthful to say on the subject.
Translations of “mouthful”
in Korean 한 입…
in Arabic مِلء فَمّ…
in Portuguese bocado…
in Catalan mos, glop…
in Japanese 一口分…
in Italian boccone…
in Chinese (Traditional) 數量, 滿口, 一口…
in Russian кусок, глоток…
in Turkish ağız dolusu…
in Chinese (Simplified) 数量, 满口, 一口…
in Polish kęs, łyk…
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