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teeth

[ teeth ]
/ tiθ /
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noun

plural of tooth.

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OTHER WORDS FROM teeth

teethless, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for teeth

teeth
/ (tiːθ) /

noun

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Medical definitions for teeth

teeth
[ tēth ]

n.

Plural oftooth
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Idioms and Phrases with teeth

teeth

see armed to the teeth; bare one's teeth; by the skin of one's teeth; cut one's teeth on; fed to the gills (teeth); fly in the face (teeth) of; give one's eyeteeth; gnash one's teeth; grit one's teeth; in the teeth of; kick in the pants (teeth); lie through one's teeth; like pulling teeth; scarce as hen's teeth; set one's teeth on edge; sink one's teeth into; to the teeth. Also see under tooth.

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