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Translation of "-mouthed" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

-mouthed

suffix     /-maʊðd/
having a mouth or way of talking of the stated type 嘴巴…的;說話方式…的 a loud-mouthed teenager (= talking very loudly, especially to attract attention) 高聲講話的少年 a foul-mouthed drunk (= often swearing) 說粗話的醉漢 We stared open-mouthed (= in surprise) as the elephant walked slowly down Fairview Close. 我們目瞪口呆地看著大象沿美景巷緩緩而行。 Ways of talking
Translations of “-mouthed”
in Chinese (Simplified) 固定的讲话方式…
(Definition of -mouthed from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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