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English definition of “lick your lips”

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lick your lips

to move your tongue along your lips: She took a bite of doughnut and licked her lips. to feel pleasure at the thought of something: He licked his lips at the thought of all that money.
Translations of “lick your lips”
in Chinese (Traditional) 舔嘴唇, 垂涎欲滴地期待…
in Chinese (Simplified) 舔嘴唇, 垂涎欲滴地期待…
(Definition of lick your lips from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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