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Translation of "lip" - English-Turkish dictionary

lip

noun [C]
 
 
/lɪp/
MOUTH B1 one of the two soft, red edges of the mouth
dudak
He licked his lips. The mouth and throat
EDGE the edge of a container that liquid is poured from
kenar, dudak
Edges and extremities of objectsSurfaces of objects
Translations of “lip”
in Arabic شِفة…
in Korean 입술…
in Malaysian bibir…
in French lèvre, bord…
in Italian labbro…
in Chinese (Traditional) 身體部位, 唇,嘴唇…
in Russian губа, носик (сосуда)…
in Polish warga, brzeg, krawędź…
in Vietnamese môi, gờ, mép…
in Spanish labio, borde…
in Portuguese lábio…
in Thai ริมฝีปาก, ขอบ…
in German die Lippe, der Rand…
in Catalan llavi…
in Japanese くちびる…
in Indonesian bibir, tepi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 身体部位, 唇,嘴唇…
(Definition of lip from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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