tongue

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dil
dil vuruşu yapmak (çalgı)
(Muzik) dilli
konuşmak Konuşma, Harun. - Hold your tongue, Harun.
zıvana dili
lisan
{f} konuş Esperanto'yu ana dilim gibi konuşabiliyorum. - I can speak Esperanto as if it's my mother tongue.
geçme
i. 1. anat. dil. 2. dil, lisan
(Tıp) Dil, lingua
dil vuruşu yapmak
and-groove joint zıvana lambalı geçme
{i} uzantı
dili konuşmak
tahtalara geçme kenar yapmak
{i} erkek parça
geçme yapmak (tahta)
tongue depressor
(Geometri) Dil baskısı
tongue and groove siding
(İnşaat) lamba kinişli ahşap kaplama
tongue and groove siding
lamba kirişli ahşap kaplama
tongue depressor
(Tıp) abeyslang
tongue diseases
(Tıp) dil hastalıkları
tongue joint
(Marangozluk) zıvanalı geçme
tongue of beef
(Gıda) sığır dili
tongue single rip method
(Tekstil) dil tek yırtmalı yöntemi
tongue slip
(Dilbilim) dil sürçmesi Bu bir dil sürçmesiydi. - It was a slip of the tongue.
tongue depressor
dil pensi
tongue in cheek
gırgırına
tongue in cheek
samimiyetsiz
tongue in cheek
şakadan
tongue spatula
dil basacağı
tongue tie
dil tutulması
tongue tied
dili tutulmuş
tongue twister
dil sürçmesi Bu bir dil sürçmesiydi. - It was a slip of the tongue.
tongue twister
tekerleme Favori tekerlemen nedir? - What's your favorite tongue twister?
tongue-and-groove joint
lamba ve zıvana
tongue-tied
dili tutulmuş
tongue-tied
ağzı var dili yok
tongue blade
(Tıp, İlaç) Bademcik spatulası: Boğaz muayenesi sırasında bademcikler ve farinksi daha rahat gözlemleyebilmek için, dilin arka tarafına bastırılmasını sağlayan, genellikle tahtadan yapılmış materyal Don't use a tongue blade to avoid stimulating a gag.
tongue lashing
dil bağlama
tongue print
dil izi
tongue tied
dil bağlı
tongue twisters
dil kasırgalar
tongue worm
dil solucan
tongue-and-groove pliers
(Araçlar) Papağan pense
tongue and groove
erkek ve dişi geçme parçaları
tongue depressor
tıb. dil basacağı, abeyslang
tongue in cheek
alaylı
tongue in cheek
yarım ağızla yapılan
tongue in cheek
{k} bıyık altından gülerek
tongue lashing
azar
tongue lashing
fırça
tongue tied
konuşmayan
tongue tied
suskun
tongue twister
söylenmesi dile zor gelen uzun sözcük/cümle
tongue twister
söylemesi zor sözcük
tongue width
(Askeri) (PALM) DİL (AYA) GENİŞLİĞİ: Bir kutup çarığının (terminal lug) düz genişlik ölçüsü. Dil veya aya, kutup çarığının, tespit edileceği saplamaya uygun çapta deliği bulunan kısımdır
bite one's tongue
(deyim) dilini tutmak
cat got your tongue?
(deyim) dilini mi yuttun? Dilini mi yuttun? - Cat got your tongue?
cat got your tongue?
(deyim) neden konuşmuyorsun?
oily tongue
Tatlı dil
on the tip of my tongue
(deyim) dilimin ucunda O dilimin ucunda. - It's on the tip of my tongue
put out one's tongue
dilini çıkarmak
tongueless
sessiz
adder's tongue
yılan dili
bite one's tongue off
söylediğine pişman olmak
bridle one's tongue
gem vurmak
double tongue
hilekar
forked tongue
(yılanda) çatal dil
furry tongue
paslı dil
have on the tip of one's tongue
dilinin ucunda olmak
hold one's tongue
dilini tutmak
hold one's tongue
çenesini kapatmak
hold one's tongue
sesini kesmek
hound's-tongue
köpekdili
mother tongue
ana dili Eğitimciler öğrencilerin ana diline saygı göstermeliler. - Educators should respect learners' mother tongue.
mother tongue
anadili Kim kendi anadilini kusursuz bir biçimde bilir? - Who knows his own mother tongue perfectly?
on the tip of one's tongue
dilinin ucunda
slip of the tongue
dil sürçmesi Bu bir dil sürçmesiydi. - It was a slip of the tongue.
strawberry tongue
kırmızı lekeli dil
triple tongue
hızlı konuşma
wag one's tongue
boşboğazlık etmek
Forgive us if we have made any slips of the tongue
her ne kadar sürç-i lisan eylediysek affola
a ready tongue
Hazır cevap kimse
a sharp tongue
keskin bir dil Onun keskin bir dili var. - He has a sharp tongue.
be on the tip of one's tongue
Kişinin dilimin ucunda olmak
be on the tip of sb's tongue
Dilinin ucunda olmak
beef tongue
sığır dili
bite your tongue
Dilini ısırmak
blue tongue disease
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) Mavi dil hastalığı
calf's tongue
buzağı's dil
coated tongue
kaplanmış dil
devil's tongue
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Şeytandili
did the cat get your tongue
(deyim) Dilini kedi mi yuttu? Dilini arı mi soktu? Konuşsana!
get a tongue lashing
Bir dil bağlama olsun
have it on the tip of one's tongue
(deyim) Bir şey dilinin ucunda olmak; neredeyse hatırlıyor ama o an söyleyemiyor olmak
have something on the tip of one's tongue
(deyim) Bir şey dilinin ucunda olmak; neredeyse hatırlıyor ama o an söyleyemiyor olmak
his tongue is well hung
onun dilini iyi askıda olduğunu
his tongue runs on wheels
onun dilini tekerlekler üzerinde çalışan
mother tongue
Ana dil Eğitimciler öğrencilerin ana diline saygı göstermeliler. - Educators should respect learners' mother tongue.
on the tip of my tongue
Dilimin ucunda. "Her name iş on the tıp of my tongue. İt begins with K."
on the tip of one's tongue
(deyim) Bir şey dilinin ucunda olmak; neredeyse hatırlıyor ama o an söyleyemiyor olmak
on the tip of one's tongue
Dilinin ucunda. "Her name iş on the tıp of my tongue. İt begins with K."
silver tongue
gümüş dil
slip of the tongue
Sürçülisan, dil sürçmesi
smooth tongue
tatlı dil
snake tongue
yılan dili
stick out tongue
Dil çıkarmak
tip of my tongue
(deyim) Bkz. "on the tıp of my tounge"
trip off the tongue
telaffuzu kolay
watch your tongue
(deyim) Sözlerine dikkat et! Sözlerine dikkat etsen iyi olur. - You had better watch your mouth.
wooden tongue
(Tıp, İlaç) Aktinomikozun etkilediği dil
the tongue
sürçü lisan slip of
tongue in cheek
şaka yollu Onun gözündeki bakışına göre onun şaka yollu konuştuğunu söyleyebilirdim. - By the look in his eye I could tell that he was speaking tongue in cheek.
tongue twister
yanıltmaç
tongued
{s} geçmeli
tongued
{s} zıvanalı
tongued
dilli
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tongue teriminin İngilizce İngilizce sözlükte anlamı

In a shoe, the flap of material that goes between the laces and the foot, so called because it resembles a tongue in the mouth
The flexible muscular organ in the mouth that is used to move food around, for tasting and that is moved into various positions to modify the flow of air from the lungs in order to produce different sounds in speech
Any large or long physical protrusion on an automotive, a machine part or any other part that fits into a long groove on another part
A language He was speaking in his native tongue.
On a wind instrument, to articulate a note by starting the air with a tap of the tongue, as though by speaking a 'd' or 't' sound (alveolar plosive)
to kiss involving the touching of both tongues, and/or licking
{v} to chide, scold, rate, talk, prate
any long thin projection that is transient; "tongues of flame licked at the walls"; "rifles exploded quick knives of fire into the dark"
a human written or spoken language used by a community; opposed to e g a computer language
a manner of speaking; "he spoke with a thick tongue"; "she has a glib tongue"
the tongue of certain animals used as meat
a mobile mass of muscular tissue covered with mucous membrane and located in the oral cavity
the tongue of certain animals used as meat any long thin projection that is transient; "tongues of flame licked at the walls"; "rifles exploded quick knives of fire into the dark"
A tongue of something such as fire or land is a long thin piece of it. A yellow tongue of flame shot upwards
the flap of material under the laces of a shoe or boot
The tongue of a shoe or boot is the piece of leather which is underneath the laces
A tongue-in-cheek remark or attitude is not serious, although it may seem to be. a lighthearted, tongue-in-cheek approach
If you hold your tongue, you do not say anything even though you might want to or be expected to, because it is the wrong time to say it. Douglas held his tongue, preferring not to speak out on a politically sensitive issue
If you describe something you said as a slip of the tongue, you mean that you said it by mistake. At one stage he referred to Anna as John's fiancée, but later said that was a slip of the tongue
to bite your tongue: see bite. Muscular organ on the floor of the mouth. It is important in motions of eating, drinking, and swallowing, and its complex movements shape the sounds of speech. Its top surface consists of thousands of raised projections (papillae). The receptors of taste (taste buds) are embedded in the papillae and are sensitive to four basic flavours: sweet, salty, sour, and bitter. More specific flavours are influenced by the sense of smell. The tongue's appearance (e.g., coated or red) can give clues to disease elsewhere. Disorders of the tongue include cancer (often caused by smokeless tobacco), leukoplakia (white patches), fungal infection, and congenital disorders. Different animals use the tongue to serve varied functions; for example, frogs have an elongated tongue adapted to capturing prey, the snake's tongue collects and transfers odours to a specialized sensory structure to help locate prey, and cats use their tongues for grooming and cleaning
large muscle on the floor of the mouth that manipulates food for chewing and swallowing; the main organ of taste, and assists in forming speech sounds
G1100 glossa, gloce'-sah; of uncert affin ; the tongue; by impl a language (spec one naturally unacquired): --tongue
A variety of meat, rarely served because it clearly crosses the line between a cut of beef and a piece of dead cow
A long narrow strip of land, projecting into a body of water
The smooth "v" of fast water found at the head of rapids
Catherine
The pivoted part of a jack which carries the plectrum
The part of the trailer which extends forward from the trailer box and includes the coupler
lick or explore with the tongue
articulate by tonguing, as when playing wind instruments
large muscle on the floor of the mouth that manipulates food for chewing and swallowing It is the main organ of taste, and assists in forming speech sounds
Tongue is the cooked tongue of an ox or sheep. It is usually eaten cold
The large muscle on the floor of the mouth that manipulates food for chewing and swallowing It is the main organ of taste, and assists in forming speech sounds
metal striker that hangs inside a bell and makes a sound by hitting the side
a narrow strip of land that juts out into the sea
The clapper of a bell
the upper main piece of a mast composed of several pieces
Same as Reed, n
A short piece of rope spliced into the upper part of standing backstays, etc
also
A point, or long, narrow strip of land, projecting from the mainland into a sea or a lake
The pole of a vehicle; especially, the pole of an ox cart, to the end of which the oxen are yoked
To join means of a tongue and grove; as, to tongue boards together
To modulate or modify with the tongue, as notes, in playing the flute and some other wind instruments
To talk; to prate
lick or explore with the tongue articulate by tonguing, as when playing wind instruments
To use the tongue in forming the notes, as in playing the flute and some other wind instruments
the flap of material under the laces of a shoe or boot a mobile mass of muscular tissue covered with mucous membrane and located in the oral cavity a manner of speaking; "he spoke with a thick tongue"; "she has a glib tongue"
A tongue is a language. The French feel passionately about their native tongue. see also mother tongue = language
To speak; to utter
A projection on the side, as of a board, which fits into a groove
To chide; to scold
The power of articulate utterance; speech
Discourse; fluency of speech or expression
Speech; words or declarations only; opposed to thoughts or actions
an organ situated in the floor of the mouth of most vertebrates and connected with the hyoid arch
{i} flexible muscular organ in the bottom of the mouth (used for tasting, swallowing and human speech); animal's tongue that is used for food; language or dialect; tongue-shaped object
You can use tongue to refer to the kind of things that a person says. She had a nasty tongue, but I liked her
Your tongue is the soft movable part inside your mouth which you use for tasting, eating, and speaking. I walked over to the mirror and stuck my tongue out She ran her tongue around her lips
A projection, or slender appendage or fixture; as, the tongue of a buckle, or of a balance
A language; the whole sum of words used by a particular nation; as, the English tongue
Any small sole
That which is considered as resembing an animal's tongue, in position or form
Honorable discourse; eulogy
A people having a distinct language
The lingual ribbon, or odontophore, of a mollusk
The lingua of an insect
The proboscis of a moth or a butterfly
tong
tonge
tongue and groove
A joint, in flooring or panelling, made by fitting a ridge (tongue) along the edge of one board into a corresponding slot (groove) on another
tongue clacker
One who talks a lot with little meaning; also rendered tongue-clacker
tongue clackers
plural form of tongue clacker
tongue clacking
The act of talking incessantly with little or no meaning
tongue depressor
A long, narrow, smooth piece of wood designed to depress the tongue, to allow for examination of the rear of the oral cavity
tongue depressor
Any device used to depress the tongue
tongue depressors
plural form of tongue depressor
tongue kiss
To engage in tongue kisses
tongue kiss
A kiss in which contact occurs between the tongues of the kissers
tongue kisses
plural form of tongue kiss
tongue map
A schematic map of the human tongue, labelling which parts are (supposedly) receptive to different tastes
tongue ring
A ring that is pierced through one's tongue
tongue rings
plural form of tongue ring
tongue-and-groove
Employing tongue and groove joints
tongue-boring
In the past, a punishment whereby a hole or bore was made onto someone's tongue
tongue-clacker
Alternative spelling of tongue clacker
tongue-in-cheek
not intended seriously; jocular or humorous He gave a tongue-in-cheek explanation of why the sky was blue, offering a theory about some primordial discount on light blue paint.
tongue-in-chic
Mistaken form of tongue-in-cheek
tongue-in-chic
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tongue-lash
To scold, to chew out
tongue-lashing
Alternative spelling of tongue lashing
tongue-tied
unable to speak; at a loss for words If you have never practiced at interviewing for a job, you are likely to have a few tongue-tied moments during your first interview.
tongue-twister
A phrase that is deliberately designed to be difficult to say correctly, usually because of varying combinations of similar phonemes “Red lorry, yellow lorry” and “Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers” are well-known tongue-twisters.
tongue in cheek
mockingly, tauntingly
tongue-in-cheek
not seriously; "I meant it facetiously"
tongue-in-cheek
see tongue. a tongue-in-cheek remark is said as a joke, not seriously
tongue-in-cheek
cleverly amusing in tone; "a bantering tone"; "facetious remarks"; "tongue-in-cheek advice"
tongue-in-cheek
in a bantering fashion; "he spoke to her banteringly"
tongue depressor
A tool used in medical practice to depress the tongue to allow for examination of the mouth and throat
tongue or more correctly tung
{n} an organ of speech, language, point, what projects out
tongue-and-groove pliers
Tongue-and-groove pliers, also known as water pump pliers, adjustable pliers, groove-joint pliers,Multi-Grips, and Channellocks, are a type of slip-joint pliers. They have serrated jaws generally set 45– to 60-degrees from the handles. The lower jaw can be moved to a number of positions by sliding along a tracking section under the upper jaw. An advantage of this design is that the pliers can adjust to a number of sizes without the distance in the handle growing wider. These pliers often have long handles for increased leverage
tongue and groove
A joint made by fitting a tongue on the edge of a board into a matching groove on another board. tongue and groove boards fit together by pushing a piece that sticks out along the edge of one board into a hollow area along the edge of another board
tongue and groove joint
a mortise joint made by fitting a projection on the edge of one board into a matching groove on another board
tongue depressor
a thin depressor used to press the tongue down during an examination of the mouth and throat
tongue depressor
A thin blade for pressing down the tongue during a medical examination of the mouth and throat; a spatula. a small flat piece of wood that a doctor uses to hold down your tongue while examining your throat British Equivalent: spatula
tongue of flame
blaze, gleaming fire
tongue of land
strip of land that is in the ocean, reef, sandbank, shoal
tongue tie
a congenital anomaly in which the mucous membrane under the tongue is too short limiting the mobility of the tongue
tongue twister
{i} sequence of words that are difficult to pronounce rapidly and correctly due to its irregular sequence of sounds (for example: "Five fine Florida florists fried fresh flat flounder fish fillet")
tongue twister
a word or phrase that is difficult to say quickly
tongue twister
an expression that is difficult to articulate clearly; "`rubber baby buggy bumper' is a tongue twister
tongue worm
Any of numerous tongue-shaped, soft-bodied, colorless invertebrates of the phylum Pentastoma that live embedded in the lungs, nostrils, or nasal sinuses of various mammals, reptiles, and birds, especially in tropical and subtropical regions. Also called pentastome
tongue worm
wormlike arthropod having two pairs of hooks at the sides of the mouth; parasitic in nasal sinuses of mammals
tongue-and-groove
A groove or several grooves that are cut into the horizontal lengths of the logs in order to provide ease for stacking the logs and to aid in creating stability, and an air tight seal between the logs
tongue-and-groove
A board whose tongue joint, a protruding slip of board, fits exactly into the groove of another
tongue-and-groove
The joining of two edges, one with an extension or tongue that fits into an opposing groove
tongue-and-groove
-System of joining elements in which a protrusion, or tongue, on one element fits into a groove on the other Typically found on cathedral ceilings and above open beams as an option to drywall A very popular option for log homes
tongue-lashing
If someone gives you a tongue-lashing, they shout at you or criticize you in a very forceful way. After a cruel tongue lashing, he threw the girl out of the group
tongue-tie
deprive of speech; "When he met his idol, the young man was tongue-tied
tongue-tied
does not know what to say, shy
tongue-tied
unable to express yourself clearly or fluently; "felt tongue-tied with embarrassment"; "incoherent with grief"
tongue-tied
If someone is tongue-tied, they are unable to say anything because they feel shy or nervous. In their presence I became self-conscious and tongue-tied. unable to talk in a relaxed way because you feel nervous or embarrassed
tongue-twister
A tongue-twister is a sentence or expression which is very difficult to say properly, especially when you try to say it quickly. An example of a tongue-twister is `Red leather, yellow leather'
adder's tongue
Any of several fern-like plants in the genus Ophioglossum
adder's tongue
A lily in the genus Erythronium
adder's-tongue
A genus of ferns (Ophioglossum), whose seeds are produced on a spike resembling a serpent’s tongue. (b) The yellow dogtooth violet. Gray
bite one's tongue
To forcibly prevent oneself from speaking, especially in order to avoid saying something inappropriate or likely to cause a dispute After the comments she made about homosexuals, I wanted to scream at her, but I bit my tongue instead.
blue-tongue lizard
Any of several species of Australian skinks in the genus Tiliqua, also called blue-tongued skink
blue-tongue lizards
plural form of blue-tongue lizard
cat got someone's tongue
Why are you not saying anything? Why don't you tell me that secret? Cat got your tongue?.
foreign tongue
Any language not native to particular person or place
forked tongue
The characteristic of deceptiveness; duplicity; untruthfulness This man has a forked tongue and lacks credibility.
hold one's tongue
to keep quiet; especially, to leave something unsaid I don't like his ideas, but I will hold my tongue.
law of the tongue
Appropriate control of one's words
law of the tongue
An implicit agreement between whalers of Eden, Australia, and local orcas, in which the orcas would invite whalers on a whale hunt, in exchange for dibs on the catch, primarily the whale's tongue
mother tongue
The language spoken by one’s ancestors
mother tongue
The language one first learned; the language one grew up with; one's native language
on the tip of one's tongue
known but not quite remembered Her name is on the tip of my tongue; it could be Kathy or Karen or something.
retracted tongue root
An articulation involving retraction of the tongue root
retracted tongue root
Pronounced with a retracted tongue root ʕ/ is typically realized as an epiglottal stop, gliding as a pharyngeal approximant into a following retracted-tongue-root vowel, as in ‘water flowing from a spout’.
sharp tongue
The practice or characteristic of speaking to others in a harsh, critical, or insulting manner He hated the Professor, who smelt the rogue in him, and scourged him continually with his sharp tongue.
silver-tongue
The trait of being clever at speaking, often in a deceitful way
slip of the tongue
A mistake in speech It was an unfortunate slip of the tongue, and he did not intend it that way.
slips of the tongue
plural form of slip of the tongue
speak with a forked tongue
To speak deceptively; to be duplicitous or untruthful He's spoken with a forked tongue to reporters, and his explanations for launching a probe don't pass the plausibility and credibility tests.
stick one's tongue out
To push one's tongue so that it protrudes from the mouth, especially as a gesture of rudeness
tongued
Simple past tense and past participle of tongue
the tongue
lingua
did a cat get your tongue
did you swallow your tongue? Why don't you speak?
mother tongue
{i} native language What's your native language? - What is your mother tongue?
oily tongue
Flattering words
tongued
{a} having a tongue, scolded, rated
tongueless
{a} wanting a tongue, speechless, unnamed
bite your tongue
(deyim) Stop yourself from saying something which you would really like to say I wanted to tell him exactly what I thought of him, but I had to bite my tongue.
black tongue
(deyim) A benign side effect of some antibiotics; dark overgrowth of the papillae of the tongue, hairy tongue, furry tongue
furry tongue
(deyim) A benign side effect of some antibiotics; dark overgrowth of the papillae of the tongue, hairy tongue, black tongue
hairy tongue
A benign side effect of some antibiotics; dark overgrowth of the papillae of the tongue, furry tongue, black tongue
have it on the tip of one's tongue
(deyim) Be almost able to remember a specific fact such as a name or place
have something on the tip of one's tongue
(deyim) Be almost able to remember a specific fact such as a name or place
on the tip of my tongue
(deyim) Almost able to recall, beginning to remember Her name is on the tip of my tongue. It begins with K.
on the tip of one's tongue
(deyim) Be almost able to remember a specific fact such as a name or place
slip of the tongue
(deyim) An accidental and usually trivial mistake in speaking
tip of the tongue
The tip of the tongue (TOT) phenomenon is an instance of knowing something that cannot immediately be recalled. TOT is a near-universal experience with memory recollection involving difficulty retrieving a well-known word or familiar name. When experiencing TOT, people feel that the blocked word is on the verge of being recovered. Despite failure in finding the word, people have the feeling that the blocked word is figuratively "on the tip of the tongue." Inaccessibility and the sense of imminence are two key features of an operational definition of TOTs (A.S. Brown, 1991)
A tongue
lingua
tongued
having a manner of speaking as specified; often used in combination; "golden-tongued"; "sharp-tongued"
tongued
having a manner of speaking as specified; often used in combination; "golden-tongued"; "sharp-tongued" provided with or resembling a tongue; often used in combination; "tongued shoes"; "tongued boards"; "toungued lightning"; "long-tongued
tongued
provided with or resembling a tongue; often used in combination; "tongued shoes"; "tongued boards"; "toungued lightning"; "long-tongued
tongued
Having a tongue
tongued
Resembling a tongue
tongued
past of tongue
tongued
Used in compounds such as sharp-tongued to indicate a particular manner of speaking
tongued
provided with or resembling a tongue; often used in combination; "tongued shoes"; "tongued boards"; "toungued lightning"; "long-tongued"
tongued
{s} having a tongue, having a tongue of a particular kind
tongueless
Lacking speech; mute
tongueless
Hence, speechless; mute
tongueless
{s} without a tongue; mute, unable to speak
tongueless
Having no tongue
tongueless
lacking a tongue; "tongueless moccasins
tongueless
Unnamed; not spoken of
tongueless
lacking a tongue; "tongueless moccasins"
tongueless
lacking power of speech
tongueless
Making no sound; silent, speechless
tongueless
Expressed without speech; wordless, unspoken
tongueless
expressed without speech; especially because words would be inappropriate or inadequate; "a mute appeal"; "a silent curse"; "best grief is tongueless"- Emily Dickinson; "the words stopped at her lips unsounded"; "unspoken grief"; "choking exasperation and wordless shame"- Thomas Wolfe
tongues
The ability to speak in a language for which you have not been trained xenoglossia - Speaking a known foreign language glossolalia - Speaking in a language unknown on earth - (ecstatic speech)
tongues
The Italian is pleasant, but without sinews, as still fleeting water The French- delicate, but like an overnice woman, scarce daring to open her lips for fear of marriage her countenance Spanish- majestical, but fulsome, running too much on the letter o; and terrible, like the devil in a play Dutch- manlike, but withal very harsh, as one ready at every word to pick a quarrel We (the English), in borrowing from them, give the strength of consonants to the Italian; the full sound of words to the French; the variety of terminations of the Spanish; and the mollifying of more vowels to the Dutch Thus, like bees, we gather the honey of their good properties and leave the dregs to themselves (Camden )
tongues
plural of tongue
tonguing
are alternated; in triple tonguing, "t, k, t,"
tonguing
In single tonguing only one kind of stroke is used, the tongue articulating a rapid "t;"
tonguing
in double tonguing, two strokes, as for "t"
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and "k,"
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In single tonguing only one kind of stroke is used, the tongue articulating a rapid "t;" in double tonguing, two strokes, as for "t" and "k," are alternated; in triple tonguing, "t, k, t," etc
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Modification of tone for a rapid staccato effect by the performer's tongue, in playing a wind instrument, as a flute
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{i} manipulation of the tongue when playing a wind instrument in order to discontinue the tone and produce a staccato effect
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On wind instruments, articulation with the tongue
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Provision is made for two types of tonguing: one being tonguing of an albic horizon into a B horizon (Albiglossic), the other being the more unusual case of tonguing of an A horizon into the B or C horizon (Glossic, Molliglossic and Umbriglossic)
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On wind instruements, articulation with the tongue
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Controlling the start of a note in a brass or woodwind instrument with the tongue
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