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Meaning of “mouthful” in the English Dictionary

(Definition of mouthful from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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mouthfulnoun [C]

 us   /ˈmɑʊθˌfʊl/
  • mouthful noun [C] (BODY PART)

the ​amount of ​food or ​drink that ​fillsyourmouth, or that you put into ​yourmouth at one ​time: Marj ​forked up a mouthful of ​pie. infml A mouthful is also a ​long word or ​sentence, or something said that has a lot of ​meaning: He has a mouthful to say on the ​subject.
(Definition of mouthful from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “mouthful”
in Arabic مِلء فَمّ…
in Korean 한 입…
in Portuguese bocado…
in Catalan mos, glop…
in Japanese 一口分…
in Chinese (Simplified) 数量, 满口, 一口…
in Turkish ağız dolusu…
in Russian кусок, глоток…
in Chinese (Traditional) 數量, 滿口, 一口…
in Italian boccone…
in Polish kęs, łyk…
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