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nose

noun [C] uk   /nəʊz/ us    /noʊz/

nose noun [C] (BODY PART)

A1 the part of the face that sticks out above the mouth, through which you breathe and smell: a large/long/pointed nose I had a sore throat and a runny nose (= liquid coming out of the nose). Come on now, stop crying and blow your nose .
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specialized food & drink the particular smell of a wine: a wine praised for its smoky nose
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nose noun [C] (VEHICLE)

the front of a vehicle, especially an aircraft: The symbol was painted on each side of the plane's nose.

nose

verb uk   /nəʊz/ us    /noʊz/

nose verb (SEARCH)

[I usually + adv/prep] informal to look around or search in order to discover something, especially something that other people do not want you to find: There were some reporters nosing about/around. The police came in and started nosing into drawers and looking through papers.

nose verb (VEHICLE)

[I or T, + adv/prep] to (make a vehicle) move forwards slowly and carefully: The car nosed out of the side street, its driver peering anxiously around. He carefully nosed his lorry into the small space.
Phrasal verbs
Traducciones de “nose”
en coreano 코…
en árabe أنْف…
en francés nez, odorat…
en turco burun…
en italiano naso…
en chino (tradicionál) 身體部位, 鼻,鼻子, (葡萄酒的)氣味,香味…
en ruso нос…
en polaco nos…
en español nariz, hocico, olfato…
en portugués nariz…
en alemán die Nase, die Spitze…
en catalán nas…
en japonés 鼻…
en chino (simplificado) 身体部位, 鼻,鼻子, (葡萄酒的)气味,香味…
(Definition of nose from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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