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Definición de “tongue” en inglés

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tongue

noun
 
 
/tʌŋ/
MOUTH [C] B1 the soft thing inside your mouth that you move and use for tasting and speakingThe mouth and throat
FOOD [C, U] the tongue of some animals that you can eat as meatKinds of meat
LANGUAGE [C] formal a language: Japanese is her native tongue (= the language she learnt to speak as a child). →  See also mother tongue , a slip of the tongue , be on the tip of your tongue Language namesLinguistic terms and linguistic style
Traducciones de “tongue”
en coreano 혀…
en árabe لِسان…
en francés langue…
en turco dil, yenilebilir hayvan dili, dil eti…
en italiano lingua…
en chino (tradicionál) 口腔部位, 舌頭, (用作食物的動物的)舌頭,口條…
en ruso язык, речь…
en polaco język, ozór, ozorek…
en español lengua, idioma…
en portugués língua…
en alemán die Zunge, die Sprache…
en catalán llengua…
en japonés 舌…
en chino (simplificado) 口腔部位, 舌头, (用作食物的动物的)舌头,口条…
(Definition of tongue from the Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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