tooth

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İngilizce - Türkçe
diş

Benim diş ağrısı birkaç saat içinde geri döndü. - My toothache returned in a few hours.

Tom Mary'in markette biraz diş macunu ve biraz tuvalet kağıdı almasını istedi. - Tom asked Mary to pick up some toothpaste and some toilet paper at the supermarket.

diş açmak
pütürlü yapmak (kumaş vb)
dişlemek
pütürlü yapmak (kumaş )
{f} dişle kapla
dişleri birbirine geçmek
{ç} teeth (tith)
f diş diş etmek
diş gibi çıkıntı
{i} pütür
(isim) diş, pütür, tırtık, sert yüzey (kâğıt vb.), damak zevki, sevme (yemek)
{i} sevme (yemek)
keskin ve içine işleyen şey
{i} sert yüzey (kâğıt vb.)
diş şeklinde şey
(Tıp) (teeth). Diş, dens, dentis
{i} damak zevki
belirli bir yemeğe olan aşırı düşkünlük
{i} tırtık
diş gibi kesen şey
armed to the teeth baştan tırnağa kadar silâhlı
kenarına diş yapmak
(Tıp) dent
toothed
{s} dişli

Bir ispermeçet balinası, en büyük dişli balinadır. - A sperm whale is the biggest toothed whale.

toothless
{s} dişsiz

Mary'nin büyükannesi dişsizdir. - Mary's grandmother is toothless.

Ben dişsiz bir havlayan köpek değilim. - I'm not a toothless barking dog.

tooth abnormalities
(Diş Hekimliği) diş anomalileri
tooth bleaching
(Diş Hekimliği) diş beyazlatma
tooth brush
(Diş Hekimliği) diş fırçası
tooth extraction
(Diş Hekimliği) diş çekimi
tooth extraction
(Diş Hekimliği) diş çekmek
tooth fairy
diş perisi
tooth paste
(Tıp) diş macunu
tooth pick
(Diş Hekimliği) kürdan
tooth and nail
diş tırnak gibi
tooth and nail
dişe diş
tooth and nail
vahşice
tooth and nail
kana kan
tooth decay
diş çürümesi
tooth doctor
diş doktoru
tooth enamel
diş minesi
tooth fungus
diş mantarı
tooth powder
diş tozu
tooth root
diş kökü
tooth shell
diş kabuğu
tooth socket
diş oyuğu
tooth ache
diş ağrısı
tooth and nail
diş ve tırnak
tooth care
diş bakımı
tooth crown
diş taç
tooth impression
Diş izi

This is his tooth impression. I understand is because he ate an apple this morning.

tooth impression
(Diş) Diş baskısı, dişin kalıpla alınan kalıp izi
tooth pick
diş pick
tooth pull
Diş çekimi
tooth pulling
diş çekme
tooth roots
diş kökleri
tooth spaces
diş alanlarda
tooth stick
diş sopa
tooth that hurts
acıtıyor diş
tooth and nail
{k} kıyasıya, var gücüyle, çok şiddetli bir şekilde. by the skin of one's teeth k.dili. ancak, güçbela
tooth belt
dişli kayış
tooth bracket
dişli braket
tooth chisel
taraklı kalem
tooth decay
diş çürüğü
tooth decay
çürük
tooth decay
(Tıp) çürükler diş
tooth discoloration
(Diş Hekimliği) diş renk değiştirmesi
tooth diseases
(Diş Hekimliği) diş hastalıkları
tooth eruption
(Diş Hekimliği) diş sürmesi
tooth heel
(Otomotiv) dış topuğu
tooth holder
dişli tutucu
tooth injuries
(Diş Hekimliği) diş yaralanmaları
tooth joints
arazi dişlisi
tooth joints
tırnaklı geçme
tooth lock washer
dişli rondela
tooth toe
(Otomotiv) dışın iç ucunun darlığı
tooth wheel
dişli tekerlek
teeth
dişler

Dişlerini temiz tutmalısın. - You must keep your teeth clean.

Her yemekten sonra dişlerini fırçala. - Brush your teeth after every meal.

teeth
diş

Dişlerini temiz tutmalısın. - You must keep your teeth clean.

Her yemekten sonra dişlerini fırçala. - Brush your teeth after each meal.

teeth
(Tıp) () Çiğneme işinde kullanılan oluşumlar, dişler
teeth
kazıyıcı
wisdom  tooth
yirmi yaş dişi
teeth
tırnak
teeth
(Tıp) dentes dens
teeth
diş çıkarmak
teeth
toothes
toothed
diş açılmış
baby tooth
kuzudişi
baby tooth
(Diş Hekimliği) süt dişi
crown of tooth
(Anatomi) diş tacı
eye tooth
köpek dişi
grinder tooth
azı dişi
milk tooth
sütdişi
milk tooth
kuzudişi
root of tooth
(Anatomi) diş kökü
root of tooth
(Anatomi) diş özü
rubber tooth
(Otomotiv) lastik dişli
saw tooth tread design
diş tasarımı sırt gördüm
toothed
diş diş
wisdom tooth
azı dişi
baby tooth
sütdişi
bleeding tooth
diş kanaması
canine tooth
köpekdişi
chisel tooth saw
dairesel ağaç bıçkısı
cut a tooth
diş çıkarmak
cut one's wisdom tooth
olgunlaşmak
deciduous tooth
sütdişi
eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth
göze göz
eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth
dişe diş
fight tooth and nail
canını dişine takarak mücadele etmek
fill a tooth
diş dolgusu yapmak
long in the tooth
yaşını başını almış
milk tooth
süt dişleri
molar tooth
öğütücü diş
molar tooth
azıdişi
sweet tooth
tatlı yiyeceklere düşkünlük
toothed
{f} dişle kapla
wisdom tooth
yirmi yaş dişi
bleeding tooth
dış kanaması
cheek tooth
azı dışı
crown a tooth
taç diş
cut a tooth
(çocuk) diş çıkarmak
deciduous tooth
yaprak döken diş
egg tooth
yumurta diş
emergence of the tooth through the gums
diş eti ile dişin ortaya çıkışı
eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth
göze göz, dişe dış
false tooth
sahte diş
gear tooth
dişli çark dışı
hollow tooth
içi boş diş
in the teeth of tooth
diş diş
incisor tooth
kesici diş
inserted tooth cutter
(Mühendislik) değişebilir ağızlı çakı, çanak freze
long in the tooth
uzun diş
neck of tooth
dişin boyun
permanent tooth
daimi diş
primary tooth
(Diş) Süt dışı
second tooth
ikinci diş
sharp tooth
keskin diş
sore tooth
ağrıyan diş
steel tooth
çelik diş
toothed
dişle kapla(mak)
a tooth
diş kökü root of
a tooth
diş çukuru socket of
cut a tooth
diş çıkarmak. It set my teeth on edge. Dişlerimi kamaştırdı
have a sweet tooth
{k} tatlı sevmek, tatlı yiyecekleri sevmek
have a sweet tooth
tatlı sevmek
i've lost a tooth
dişim düştü
impacted tooth
dişçi. çene kemiğine kaynamış diş
long in the tooth
{k} yaşlanmış. show one's teeth k.dili. dişlerini göstermek, tehdit etmek
milk tooth
süt dişi
teeth
i., bak. tooth
toothed
tırtıllı
toothed
(Tıp) Dizi halinde diş veya dişe benzer çıkıntılar gösteren, dişil
toothed
dişle kapla
toothless
(sıfat) dişsiz
vital tooth
(Diş Hekimliği) canlı diş
wisdom tooth
yirmilik diş

Yirmilik dişim ağrıyor. - My wisdom tooth hurts.

Üst sağ yirmilik dişim ağrıyor. - My upper right wisdom tooth hurts.

İngilizce - İngilizce
A projection on the edge of a gear that meshes with similar projections on adjacent gears, or on the circumference of a cog that engages with a chain
A hard, calcareous structure present in the mouth of many vertebrate animals, generally used for eating
A pointed projection from the margin of a leaf
A sharp projection on the blade of a saw or similar implement
{n} a small bone set in the mouth, a palate
{v} to indent, lock in each other, chew
approval If you describe a task or activity as something you can get your teeth into, you mean that you like it because it is interesting, complex, and makes you think hard. This role gave her something to get her teeth into
A slightly rough paper surface which is readily ink receptive to top
toothlike structure in invertebrates found in the mouth or alimentary canal or on a shell
Tooth is the surface texture of a support or ground, which helps paint to adhere
If you say that someone cut their teeth doing a particular thing, at a particular time, or in a particular place, you mean that that is how, when, or where they began their career and learned some of their skills. director John Glen, who cut his teeth on Bond movies
one of a number of uniform projections on a gear
If you say that something sets your teeth on edge, you mean that you find it extremely unpleasant or irritating. Their voices set your teeth on edge
Taste; palate
If you have a sweet tooth, you like sweet food very much
a means of enforcement; "the treaty had no teeth in it"
something resembling the tooth of an animal
hard bonelike structures in the jaws of vertebrates; used for biting and chewing or for attack and defense
The teeth of something such as a comb, saw, cog, or zip are the parts that stick out in a row on its edge
Those little "bumps" of oil on a fine quality Cameroon wrapper
a means of enforcement; "the treaty had no teeth in it" toothlike structure in invertebrates found in the mouth or alimentary canal or on a shell something resembling the tooth of an animal one of a number of uniform projections on a gear hard bonelike structures in the jaws of vertebrates; used for biting and chewing or for attack and defense
{f} equip with teeth e.g. tools; make a jagged edge on; mesh, interweave, interlock; become interlocked
The rough surfaced finish of papers such as vellum or antique
The profile, mechanical anchor pattern or surface roughness
paper term
toothlike structure in invertebrates found in the mouth or alimentary canal or on a shell something resembling the tooth of an animal one of a number of uniform projections on a gear hard bonelike structures in the jaws of vertebrates; used for biting and chewing or for attack and defense
Fig
Any hard calcareous or chitinous organ found in the mouth of various invertebrates and used in feeding or procuring food; as, the teeth of a mollusk or a starfish
disapproval If you describe someone as long in the tooth, you are saying unkindly or humorously that they are old or getting old. Aren't I a bit long in the tooth to start being an undergraduate?
One of several steps, or offsets, in a tusk
Greek, odont'; Latin, dent'; Sanskrit, dant'; Gothic, tunth'; Anglo-Saxon, t th, plural, téth Golden tooth (See Golden ) Wolf's tooth (See Teeth ) In spite of his teeth (See Teeth )
To furnish with teeth
To indent; to jag; as, to tooth a saw
A bony structure projecting from the maxilla or mandible that provides for the grinding, or mechanical digestion, of food particles
If you say that something such as an official group or a law has teeth, you mean that it has power and is able to be effective. The opposition argues that the new council will be unconstitutional and without teeth The law must have teeth, and it must be enforced. see also wisdom tooth
A very slight surface texture of paper preferred for dry media such as charcoal and pastel
If you fight tooth and nail to do something, you do everything you can in order to achieve it. If you fight something tooth and nail, you do everything you can in order to prevent it. He fought tooth and nail to keep his job
Greek, odont'; Latin, dent'; Sanskrit, dant'; Gothic, tunth'; Anglo-Saxon, tóth, plural, téth Golden tooth (See Golden ) Wolf's tooth (See Teeth ) In spite of his teeth (See Teeth )
One of the hard, bony appendages which are borne on the jaws, or on other bones in the walls of the mouth or pharynx of most vertebrates, and which usually aid in the prehension and mastication of food
The feel of a ground in terms of coarseness and porosity
emphasis If you say that someone is lying through their teeth, you are emphasizing that they are telling lies
In a dry paint film, a fine texture imparted either by a proportion of relatively coarse or abrasive pigment, or by the abrasives used in sanding; this texture improves the burnish properties and also provides a good base for the adhesion of a subsequent coat of paint
If you do something in the teeth of a difficulty or danger, you do it in spite of the difficulty or danger. I was battling my way along the promenade in the teeth of a force ten gale In the teeth of the longest recession since the 1930s, the company continues to perform well
To lock into each other
See Tooth, n
{i} hard white piece of bone in the mouth used to chew or grind food, whitish bony structure in the mouth; cleat, prong; indentation, sharp protrusion on the blade of a saw; something destructive; liking of a particular flavor or type of food (E.g.: I have a sweet tooth and I eat too much chocolate")
An angular or prominence on any edge; as, a tooth on the scale of a fish, or on a leaf of a plant one of the appendages at the mouth of the capsule of a moss
Small bumps which texture the wrapper on a cigar TORCEDOR Title earned by the master cigar rollers TORPEDO A cigar with a closed head and a closed foot TUBO A cigar that is placed in a tube Most tubes are aluminum while some are glass
Any projection corresponding to the tooth of an animal, in shape, position, or office; as, the teeth, or cogs, of a cogwheel; a tooth, prong, or tine, of a fork; a tooth, or the teeth, of a rake, a saw, a file, a card
A projecting member resembling a tenon, but fitting into a mortise that is only sunk, not pierced through
to get the bit between your teeth: see bit to give one's eye teeth for something: see eye to gnash one's teeth: see gnash to grit your teeth: see grit a kick in the teeth: see kick by the skin of your teeth: see skin. Any of the hard structures in the mouth used for biting and chewing and in speech. Each consists of a crown above the gum and one or more roots below it, embedded in the jaw. Its inner pulp contains the blood and nerve supply for the bonelike dentin, covered in the crown by enamel, the hardest tissue in the body. Twenty primary (baby) teeth come in by age 2 1/2 and fall out between ages 5 and 13 to be replaced by 32 permanent teeth. The incisors, in front, are shaped mostly for biting, the pointed canines for tearing, and the premolars and molars for grinding food. The teeth are subject to caries (decay), caused by acid from bacteria in plaque, a yellowish film that builds up on teeth. Misalignment of teeth between the upper and lower jaws can grind down the teeth and cause problems in chewing. Elsewhere, it is a cosmetic problem. Both can be treated with braces. See also dentistry
Grain on the wrapper leaf, sun-grown leaf has more tooth than than shade grown
Your teeth are the hard white objects in your mouth, which you use for biting and chewing. If a tooth feels very loose, your dentist may recommend that it's taken out
tooth and nail
Viciously; with all one’s strength or power; without holding back

For a century, the two families fought tooth and nail over control of the land.

tooth fairies
plural form of tooth fairy
tooth fairy
A figure of modern myth said to give children a small amount of money (or sometimes a present) in exchange for a tooth when it falls out of a child's mouth
tooth shell
Any of various molluscs, of the class Scaphopoda, that have curved, tapering shells and a spade-like foot
tooth socket
A socket in the jaw in which the roots of teeth are held in the alveolar process of maxilla with the periodontal ligament
tooth-to-jowl
Very close together

Having no safe, private sanitation facilities in areas where people are living tooth-to-jowl means going the whole day without relieving oneself and then risking exposure at night. - Millenium Project, ''Interim Report of Task Force 7 on Water and Sanitation, 2004-02-01.

tooth and nail
with force and ferocity; "she fought tooth and nail
tooth and nail
With every available resource; with unrelenting effort: "Bureaucrats would correctly see this as a curb on their power and would fight tooth and nail against it" (George R. Packard)
tooth and nail
in every way, by all means
tooth and nail
with force and ferocity; "she fought tooth and nail"
tooth brush
small brush with a handle used to clean one's teeth
tooth decay
soft decayed area in a tooth; progressive decay can lead to the death of a tooth
tooth decay
If you have tooth decay, one or more of your teeth has become decayed
tooth extraction
removal of a tooth from the gums
tooth fairy
a fairy that is said to leave money at night under a child's pillow to compensate for a baby tooth falling out
tooth fairy
The tooth fairy is an imaginary creature. Children are told that if they put a tooth that comes out under their pillow, the tooth fairy will take it away while they are sleeping and leave a coin in its place. A fairy supposed to leave money under a child's pillow in place of a baby tooth that has just fallen out. an imaginary person who children believe comes into their bedroom and leaves them money for teeth which have fallen out
tooth for a tooth
punishment as severe as the injury
tooth fungus
a fungus of the family Hydnaceae
tooth paste
paste or powder for brushing one's teeth
tooth picks
small sharp sticks to clean food remains from teeth
tooth powder
a special powder you can use to clean your teeth
tooth powder
a dentifrice in the form of a powder
tooth powder
{i} tooth cleanser in the form of a powder
tooth shell
Any of various burrowing marine mollusks of the class Scaphopoda, having a long, tapering, slightly curved tubular shell. Also called scaphopod, tusk shell
tooth shell
any of various seashore mollusks having a tapering tubular shell open at each end and a foot pointed like a spade for burrowing
tooth socket
indentation in the jaw that holds a tooth
tooth socket
a bony socket in the alveolar ridge that holds a tooth
tooth transplant
transfer of a healthy tooth to an area where a rotten tooth has been removed
Charcot-Marie-Tooth
Any of the Charcot-Marie-Tooth disorders

Charcot-Marie-Tooth type 1A.

Charcot-Marie-Tooth
Describes any of various genetic disorders whose primary symptom is peripheral neuropathy

Charcot-Marie-Tooth neuropathy.

baby tooth
a tooth which will be replaced as a child ages, as opposed to an adult permanent tooth; a milk tooth
back tooth
A molar
canine tooth
One of the pointed teeth behind the incisors and in front of the premolar teeth
clean as a hound's tooth
Very clean (very innocent)
corner tooth
One of the four teeth which come in a horse's mouth at the age of four years and a half, one on each side of the upper and of the lower jaw, between the middle teeth and the tushes
deciduous tooth
A baby tooth, a tooth that falls out as later teeth grow in; milk tooth
egg tooth
A small, sharp, cranial protuberance used by offspring to break or tear through the egg's surface during hatching
eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth
Compensation for injury caused by a person, in the form of inflicting of an identical injury on that person
eye tooth
A canine tooth (only of human teeth)
fight tooth and nail
To use every means possible to overcome a difficult opposition

The villagers fought tooth and nail to prevent the motorway being built through the local woodlands.

fine-tooth comb
A comb with fine, closely-spaced teeth
fine-tooth comb
To go over or through with a fine-tooth comb
fine-tooth comb
To search meticulously
give an eye-tooth
Alternative form of give one's eye-teeth

How his frownHath scatter'd them like leaves! they fly from himAs nimbly as their bodies had no more weightThan their petitions. I would give an eye-tooth,To read but three lines.

hen's tooth
anything not naturally occurring

As rare as a hen's tooth.

long in the tooth
Old, aged

So as Microsoft began its 30th year last month, investors wondered whether it's a little long in the tooth.

milk tooth
Any tooth of the first set of teeth of young people (or livestock.)
milk-tooth
Alternative spelling of milk tooth
primary tooth
milk tooth
sabre-tooth
A sabre-toothed tiger
saw tooth
A cutting bit of a saw
saw tooth
Shaped like a saw tooth
saw tooth
Describing a function or waveform that consists of repeated triangular transitions when graphed
sweet tooth
a liking for foods that are sweet; a weakness for sweets

He eats a healthy diet most of the time, but has a sweet tooth when it comes to candy.

sweet tooth
Someone with a liking for sweet foods
teeth
The ability to be enforced, or to be enforced to any useful effect
teeth
plural form of tooth
temporary tooth
milk tooth
toothed
Having projections resembling teeth

The sharp toothed cog tore his shirt when he brushed against it while installing it.

toothless
Having no teeth

a toothless old man.

wisdom tooth
One of the four (one upper and one lower on each side) rearmost molars in humans, which typically develop between ages 18-24
wisdom-tooth
Attributive form of wisdom tooth, noun

wisdom-tooth pain.

sore tooth
tooth that hurts
gap tooth
a space between the two front teeth on the upper row of teeth in a person's mouth
sweet tooth
love for sweet foods
teeth
{v} to breed or put in teeth
toothed
{a} having teeth, indented, sharp
toothless
{a} deprived of or wanting teeth
deciduous tooth
(Diş) A temporary tooth of a young mammal especially : one of the human dentition including four incisors, two canines, and four molars in each jaw
Toothed
dentate
Toothed
dentilated
Toothless
edentulous
a tooth
chomper
abscessed tooth
an abscess of a common kind in the tissue around a tooth
artificial tooth
false tooth, dental implant resembling a real tooth made to fill the space of a missing tooth
baby tooth
baby teeth a tooth from the first set of teeth that young children have British Equivalent: milk tooth
back tooth
a tooth situated at the back of the mouth
bleeding tooth
gastropod having reddish toothlike projections around the shell opening; of the Caribbean area
canine tooth
one of the four pointed conical teeth (two in each jaw) located between the incisors and the premolars
canine tooth
The second tooth from the big front tooth, commonly called the eye tooth or cuspid
carnassial tooth
the last upper premolar and first lower molar teeth of a carnivore; having sharp edges for cutting flesh
charcot-marie-tooth disease
a form of neuropathy that can begin between childhood and young adulthood; characterized by weakness and atrophy of the muscles of the hands and lower legs; progression is slow and individuals affected can have a normal life span; inheritance is X-linkedrecessive or X-linked dominant
crown a tooth
put a dental crown on a tooth, put a protective covering on a tooth
egg tooth
A hard toothlike projection from the beak of embryonic birds, or from the upper jaw of embryonic reptiles, that is used to cut the egg membrane and shell upon hatching and that later falls off
eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth
person's punishment should be equal to the wrong or crime which he committed (Biblical)
eye tooth
canine: one of the four pointed conical teeth (two in each jaw) located between the incisors and the premolars
fill a tooth
put a filling in a tooth, fill up a cavity in a tooth (with silver, cement, etc.)
fine-tooth comb
a method of examining in minute detail; "he went over the contract with a fine-tooth comb looking for loopholes"
fine-tooth comb
comb whose teeth are placed closely together
fore tooth
One of the teeth in the forepart of the mouth; an incisor
fought tooth and nail
fought fiercely, fought with all his might
front tooth
a tooth situated at the front of the mouth; "his malocclusion was caused by malposed anteriors
long in the tooth
{i} (Slang) aged people; elderly; growing old
mouse-tooth forceps
a type of forceps
permanent tooth
any of the 32 teeth that replace the deciduous teeth of early childhood and (with luck) can last until old age
permanent tooth
adult tooth that replaces a milk tooth
primary tooth
one of the first temporary teeth of a young mammal (one of 20 in children)
pulling out a tooth
removal of a tooth
saw-tooth
projection on a saw, nib on a saw blade
sweet tooth
a strong appetite for sweet food
sweet tooth
A fondness or craving for sweets
teeth
Narrow, round, spore-producing projections hanging from the bottom of the caps of certain mushrooms such as the hedgehog mushroom
teeth
chompers
teeth
Horses have twelve molars and six incisors; males have an additional tooth located behind the incisors Permanent teeth are formed by six years of age; the high crowned teeth are the mark of a grazing animal, and continue to grow throughout the lifetime of a horse The age of a horse can be determined by the condition and number of teeth
teeth
Canines: the cornerstone of the mouth, the fangs or the cuspid (upper and lower) Incisors, Lateral: the next teeth on either side of the central incisors (upper and lower) Incisors, Central: the two front teeth, the cutting teeth (upper and lower) Molars: the back teeth, the chewing teeth (upper and lower) Premolar: the middle teeth or the bicuspid (upper and lower) TMJ(TMD): temporomandibular joint(disorder), the place near the ear where the lower jaw "joins" the skull A defect of the disc or other parts are involved A clicking is most common U
teeth
To breed, or grow, teeth
teeth
Death of an infant when teething Children appear to have been more susceptible to infection during this time, although malnutrition from being fed watered milk has also been suggested as a cause
teeth
dentition, characteristic arrangement of teeth in human or animal; real power, real strength and effectiveness
teeth
pl
teeth
gnashers
teeth
The size of the driven gear is measured in the teeth around the circumference of this sprocket Changing gears therefore requires to 'run more/less teeth', i e use a driven gear of different size
teeth
(INCIDENT SUSPECT)
teeth
Teeth is the plural of tooth. Plural of tooth. the plural of tooth
teeth
the kind and number and arrangement of teeth (collectively) in a person or animal
teeth
{f} grow teeth (about an infant or child)
teeth
The protruding points along the outer edge of a perforated postage stamp when it has been removed from the pane
teeth
of Tooth
teeth
choppers
teeth
plural of tooth
toothed
notched like a saw with teeth pointing toward the apex
toothed
(dentate) Describes a margin, usually of a leaf, with tooth-like, triangular indentations Double toothed margins have alternate large small teeth
toothed
having an irregularly notched or toothed margin as though gnawed
toothed
The margin of the leaf has somewhat regular, shallow indentations There need not be points
toothed
Having teeth
toothed
Pointed, tooth-like projections on margins of leaves, coarser than serrations
toothed
Having teeth; furnished with teeth
toothed
having teeth especially of a certain number or type; often used in combination; "saw-toothed
toothed
{s} having teeth; having certain type of teeth, having a particular number of teeth
toothed
Provided with teeth or small projections along the edge
toothed
having teeth especially of a certain number or type; often used in combination; "saw-toothed"
toothed
adj. sabre toothed tiger sabre toothed cat toothed whale
toothed
having sharp teeth along the margin
toothed
Having marginal projecting points; dentate
toothful
Toothsome
toothless
lacking teeth; "most birds are toothless"; "a toothless old crone"
toothless
lacking necessary force for effectiveness; "a toothless piece of legislation"
toothless
Weak, having no capability of enforcing something
toothless
lacking necessary force for effectiveness; "a toothless piece of legislation" lacking teeth; "most birds are toothless"; "a toothless old crone
toothless
lacking teeth; "most birds are toothless"; "a toothless old crone
toothless
{s} lacking teeth
toothless
If you describe something such as an official group or a law as toothless, you mean it has no real power and is not effective. In his view, the Commission remains a toothless and ineffectual body
toothless
You use toothless to describe a person or their smile when they have no teeth
toothless
agomphious
wisdom tooth
grinding most internal tooth which grows during adolescence and usually has to be removed for the teeth to grow straight
wisdom tooth
any of the last 4 teeth on each side of the upper and lower jaw; the last of the permanent teeth to erupt (between ages 16 and 21)
tooth

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    tuth

    Telaffuz

    /ˈto͞oᴛʜ/ /ˈtuːθ/

    Etimoloji

    [ tüth ] (noun.) before 12th century. Old English tōþ, from Proto-Germanic *tanþz (compare Danish/Dutch tand, German Zahn), from Proto-Indo-European *h₃dónts (compare Welsh dant, Latin dēns, Lithuanian dantìs, Ancient Greek ὀδούς (odous, odṓn), Armenian ատամ (atam), Persian دندان (dandân), Sanskrit dánt).

    Ortak Eşdizimliler

    tooth impression, tooth for tooth

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