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Translation of "lip" - English-Spanish dictionary

lip

noun   /lɪp/
B1 one of the two soft, red edges of the mouth labio He licked his lips.
(Definition of lip from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

lip

noun /lip/
either of the folds of flesh which form the edge of the mouth labio She bit her lip.
the edge of something borde the lip of a cup.
-lipped
de labios a thin-lipped mouth.
lip-read verb
(of a deaf person) to understand what a person is saying by watching the movement of his lips. leer en los labios
lipstick noun
(a stick of) colouring/coloring for the lips. lápiz de labios
pay lip service to
to show respect to, or approval of, in word only, without sincerely feeling it alabar un ideal de boquilla Politicians tend to pay lip service to environmental issues without actually doing anything about them.
(Definition of lip from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “lip”
in Korean 입술…
in Arabic شِفة…
in Malaysian bibir…
in French lèvre, bord…
in Russian губа, носик (сосуда)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 身體部位, 唇,嘴唇…
in Italian labbro…
in Turkish dudak, kenar…
in Polish warga, brzeg, krawędź…
in Vietnamese môi, gờ, mép…
in Portuguese lábio…
in Thai ริมฝีปาก, ขอบ…
in German die Lippe, der Rand…
in Catalan llavi…
in Japanese くちびる…
in Chinese (Simplified) 身体部位, 唇,嘴唇…
in Indonesian bibir, tepi…
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