Goriller konuşmak için dudaklarını ve dillerini kullanamazlar ama insanlarla başka yollarla iletişim kurabilirler. - Gorillas cannot use their lips and tongues to speak, but they can communicate with people in other ways.
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.
Göklerden ve yerden korkmayın fakat Wenzhou'lu bir kişinin kendi dilini konuştuğunu duymaktan korkun. - Do not fear the heavens and the earth, but be afraid of hearing a person from Wenzhou speak in their local tongue.
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
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
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 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 mobile mass of muscular tissue covered with mucous membrane and located in the oral cavity
G1100 glossa, gloce'-sah; of uncert affin ; the tongue; by impl a language (spec one naturally unacquired): --tongue
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
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
A projection, or slender appendage or fixture; as, the tongue of a buckle, or of a balance
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
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
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
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
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
-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
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
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)
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
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
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 )
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)
[ 't&[ng] ] (noun.) before 12th century. From Middle English, from Old English tunge, from Proto-Germanic *tungōn (“tongue”) (compare Dutch tong, German Zunge, Swedish tunga), from Proto-Indo-European *dn̥ǵʰwéh₂s (compare Irish teanga, Latin lingua, Tocharian A/B känt/kantwo, Lithuanian liežùvis, Polish język 'language, people', Armenian լեզու (lezu), Sanskrit जिह्वा (jihvā́)).
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