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mouth

verb [T]     /maʊð/
to form words with the lips without making any sound 對口型假唱,一聲不響地動唇說話 It looks to me as if the singers are only mouthing the words . 在我看來,這些歌手好像只是在對口型假唱。 [+ speech] "Can we go?" mouthed Mary. 「我們可以走了嗎?」瑪麗用口型默示道。 I don't want to stand here listening to you mouthing (= saying in a way that is not sincere) excuses. 我不想站在這裡聽你信口胡說找藉口。 →  See also badmouth Saying and utteringSaying again
Translations of “mouth”
in Chinese (Simplified) 对口型假唱,一声不响地动唇说话…
(Definition of mouth verb from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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