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mouthful

noun uk   /ˈmaʊθ.fʊl/ us  

mouthful noun (AMOUNT)

[C] an amount of food or drink that fills your mouth, or that you put into your mouth at one time: He only ate a few mouthfuls of meat.

mouthful noun (WORD)

[S] informal a word or phrase that is difficult to pronounce or that has a lot of syllables: I've always called myself Henny because it's less of a mouthful than Henrietta.
Traducciones de “mouthful”
en coreano 한 입…
en árabe مِلء فَمّ…
en portugués bocado…
en catalán mos, glop…
en japonés 一口分…
en italiano boccone…
en chino (tradicionál) 數量, 滿口, 一口…
en ruso кусок, глоток…
en turco ağız dolusu…
en chino (simplificado) 数量, 满口, 一口…
en polaco kęs, łyk…
(Definition of mouthful from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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