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tongue

noun   /tʌŋ/
B1 the soft thing inside your mouth that you use for tasting and speaking lengua
(Definition of tongue from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

tongue

noun /taŋ/
the fleshy organ inside the mouth, used in tasting, swallowing, speaking etc lengua The doctor looked at her tongue.
the tongue of an animal used as food lengua ox tongue.
something with the same shape as a tongue lengua a tongue of flame.
a language lengua, idioma English is his mother tongue / native tongue a foreign tongue.
tongue twister /ˈtaŋ ˌtwistə/ noun
a word or phrase that is difficult to say correctly, especially because it contains many similar sounds Trabalenguas A well-known example of a tongue twister is “She sells seashells on the seashore”.
(Definition of tongue from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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