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saliva

noun /səˈlaivə/
the liquid that forms in the mouth to help digestion.
saliva
salivate /ˈsӕliveit/ verb to produce saliva, especially in large amounts
salivar
The dogs began salivating at the sight of the meat.
salivary gland /ˈsælivəri ˌɡland; American ˈsæliˌveriː ˌɡland/ noun (anatomy) any of the organs that produce saliva in the mouth
Glándula Salivaría
The salivary glands produce saliva to moisten the mouth, to help protect teeth from decay and to digest food.
Translations of “saliva”
in Arabic لُعاب…
in Korean 침…
in Malaysian air liur…
in French salive…
in Turkish salya…
in Italian saliva…
in Chinese (Traditional) 唾液,涎,口水…
in Russian слюна…
in Polish ślina…
in Vietnamese nước bọt…
in Portuguese saliva…
in Thai น้ำลาย…
in German der Speichel…
in Catalan saliva…
in Japanese 唾液, つば…
in Indonesian ludah…
in Chinese (Simplified) 唾液,涎…
(Definition of saliva from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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