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mouth

noun /mauθ/ ( plural mouths /mauðz/)
the opening in the head by which a human or animal eats and speaks or makes noises
boca
What has the baby got in its mouth?
the opening or entrance eg of a bottle, river etc
desembocadura, boca, entrada
the mouth of the harbour.
mouthful noun as much as fills the mouth
bocado, trago
a mouthful of soup He ate the cake in two mouthfuls.
mouth organ noun a small musical instrument played by blowing or sucking air through its metal pipes.
armónica
mouthpiece noun the piece of a musical instrument etc which is held in the mouth
boquilla
the mouthpiece of a horn.
the part of a telephone etc into which one speaks.
micrófono
mouthwash noun an antiseptic liquid used for cleaning out the mouth.
enjuague bucal
mouth-watering adjective mouth-watering food looks or smells very good
que hace la boca agua
a mouth-watering dish of seafood.
(Definition of mouth from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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