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Translation of "hard palate" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

hard palate

noun [C]     specialized
the hard bony part that forms the top of the mouth, behind the front teeth 硬顎(位於嘴的頂端,前排牙齒後面的堅硬骨骼部分) →  Compare soft palate The mouth and throat
Translations of “hard palate”
in Chinese (Simplified) 硬颚(位于嘴的顶端,前排牙齿后面的坚硬部分)…
(Definition of hard palate from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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