1. a mobile mass of muscular tissue covered with mucous membrane and located in the oral cavity
2. a human written or spoken language used by a community; opposed to e.g. a computer language
3. any long thin projection that is transient;
4. a manner of speaking;
5. a narrow strip of land that juts out into the sea
6. the tongue of certain animals used as meat
7. the flap of material under the laces of a shoe or boot
8. metal striker that hangs inside a bell and makes a sound by hitting the side
1. articulate by tonguing, as when playing wind instruments
2. lick or explore with the tongue
His annoyance had unbridled his tongue.
The snake shot its tongue out.
A honey tongue, a heart of gall.
Peppers sting the tongue.
The fellow has a very glib tongue.
He bit his tongue off when he heard what she had said.
The dog's tongue was hanging out.
She has a plausible [ sharp; quick ] tongue.
He has been squared to hold his tongue.
He scalded his tongue on [ with ] the hot coffce.
I know he didn't mean to say that. It was only a slip of the tongue.
You'd better guard your tongue.
By degrees her tongue was loosened.
Her tongue was incessantly scolding.
The stranger's question surprised me so that I temporarily lost my tongue.
The rascal was frightened into holding his tongue.
He burnes his tongue with red pepper.
I wouldn't give tongue to such gossip.
The wine loosed his tongue.
A yellow tongue of flame shot upwards.
"No doubt he'll give me the chance to fight him again," he jibed, tongue in cheek.
He stuck out his tongue and flared his nostrils.
After a cruel tongue lashing, he threw the girl out of the group.
The wine had loosened his tongue.
She made a face and stuck out her tongue at him.
She clicked her tongue against the roof of her mouth.
She had a nasty tongue, but I liked her.
His tongue flicked across his lips.
His tongue was lolling out of the side of his mouth.
A sarcastic remark was on the tip of her tongue.
find (或 lose) one's tongue
be able (or unable) to express oneself after a shock
get one's tongue round
she found it very difficult to get her tongue round the unfamiliar words.
the gift of tongues
the power of speaking in unknown languages, regarded as one of the gifts of the Holy Spirit (Acts 2)
(of hounds) bark, especially on finding a scent
keep a civil tongue in one's head
(with) tongue in cheek
without really meaning what one is saying or writing
someone's tongue is hanging out
someone is very eager for something, especially a drink
the tabloids have their tongues hanging out for this stuff.
hold (one's) tongue
To be or keep silent.
lose (one's) tongue
To lose the capacity to speak, as from shock.
on the tip of (one's) tongue
On the verge of being recalled or expressed.
Bite your tongue.
How could you do such a nasty thing and still call yourself my friend? Bite your tongue!
laguage, speech, tongue, dialect, idiom, slang
هناك القليل من المعلومات نسبيًا حول tongue ، ربما يمكنك مشاهدة قصة ثنائية اللغة لتهدئة حالتك المزاجية ، أتمنى لك يومًا سعيدًا!
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