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tooth / dental / CL: 顆|颗
(idiom) to gnash one's teeth; to fume with rage
(machine) gear / pinion (gear wheel)
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tooth / CL: 顆|颗
lit. as close as lips and teeth (idiom); closely related / interdependent
wisdom tooth
mouth and teeth / enunciation / to articulate / diction / age (of cattle, horses etc)
tooth decay / dental caries / cavity
Portulaca oleracea (common purslane)
artificial tooth
lit. lips and teeth (idiom); fig. close partners / interdependent
rack (and pinion)
sawtooth shape / zigzag
to open one's mouth / to start talking
to be too embarrassed to mention sth (idiom) / to find it hard to speak about sth
to mention (e.g. "don't mention it")
(Tw) naive and innocent (girl or boy); underage prostitute (from Taiwanese, Tai-lo pr. [iù-khí])
to despise / to hold in contempt
clever and eloquent (idiom); fluent / having the gift of the gab
lit. without the lips, the teeth feel the cold (idiom); fig. intimately interdependent
to have bright eyes and white teeth
white teeth (symbol of youth and beauty)
to gnash one's teeth (in anger)
clever and eloquent speaker (idiom)
gum / gingiva
not worth mentioning (idiom)
canine tooth
a rodent (rat, rabbit etc)
molar tooth
not worth mentioning / not worth considering
deciduous tooth / milk tooth / baby tooth
toothed whales / Odontoceti
to sneer
lit. will not be forgotten even after one's teeth fall out / to remember as long as one lives / unforgettable (idiom)
to mention / referring to
(self-deprecating) to have grown old without accomplishing anything (idiom)
tooth of cog wheel / gear tooth
(Tw) obstinate; argumentative; opinionated; skeptical of superstitions (from Taiwanese, Tai-lo pr. [thih-khí])
dental consonant
tooth decay / caries
root of tooth
pearly white teeth / cowry
crown of tooth
alveolar ridge
perforations (on a postage stamp)
rack and pinion
tooth decay
supraoral tooth
maxillary central incisor
upper teeth
upper alveolar ridge
bottom teeth
The Nine-Toothed Rake (weapon of Zhu Bajie 豬八戒|猪八戒)
to detest sth or sb to the utmost extreme (idiom)
premolar tooth
premolar tooth (immediately behind canine teeth in some mammals)
alveolar / front part of the alveolar ridge
saber-toothed tiger
to lisp / unclear articulation / inarticulate
eloquent and fluent speaker (idiom); grandiloquence / the gift of the gab
clear diction / clear articulation
eloquence that generates perfume (idiom); profound and significant text
lit. the dog that bites does not show its fangs (idiom) / fig. You can't tell the really dangerous enemy from his external appearance.
lit. the dog that bites doesn't show its teeth (idiom) / fig. the most sinister of people can look quite harmless
weeping and gnashing one's teeth (idiom)
labiodental (e.g. the consonant f in standard Chinese)
order of rodents (rats, squirrels etc)
rodents (rat, rabbit etc)
differential gear
to gnash one's teeth in anger
wisdom tooth
a rake (with wooden teeth)
Thecodontia (obsolete taxonomic grouping of reptiles)
thecodont (type of reptile that existed in the Permian and Triassic Periods)
hard to forget even after one's teeth fall out (idiom); to remember a benefactor as long as one lives / undying gratitude
anti-alias (computer graphics)
Pteranodon (genus of pterosaur)
orthodontic braces
diction / enunciation
white teeth and bright eyes (idiom); lovely young woman
white teeth and vermilion lips (idiom); lovely young woman
molar tooth
to be too shy to speak one's mind (idiom)
beautiful eyebrow and white teeth (idiom); lovely young woman
pinion gear
to grin / also pr. [lou4 chi3]
to grin
to quarrel / to bicker / glib repartee
orthodontic treatment / orthodontics
dental transition (from milk teeth to adult teeth)

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