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Detailed Translations for tongue from English to Spanish


tongue [the ~] noun

  1. the tongue (bolt; latch; clasp-fastening; spring-bolt; catch)
    el cerrojo
  2. the tongue (language; speech)
    la lengua; el idioma; el lenguaje; el modo de hablar; la palabra; el habla
  3. the tongue (language; speech)
    la lengua; el lenguaje
  4. the tongue (clapper)
    el badajo

Translation Matrix for tongue:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
badajo clapper; tongue
cerrojo bolt; catch; clasp-fastening; latch; spring-bolt; tongue bearing bar; bolt; clasp
habla language; speech; tongue address; chat; foreword; gossip; introduction; introductory remarks; power of speech; preamble; preface; prologue; rumor; rumour; speech; talk
idioma language; speech; tongue foreword; introduction; introductory remarks; preamble; preface; prologue
lengua language; speech; tongue foreword; introduction; introductory remarks; preamble; preface; prologue
lenguaje language; speech; tongue accent; computer language; dialect; foreword; introduction; introductory remarks; language; linguistic usage; preamble; preface; programming language; prologue; usage
modo de hablar language; speech; tongue address; eloquence; foreword; introduction; introductory remarks; manner of speaking; preamble; preface; prologue; speech; way of speaking
palabra language; speech; tongue comment; declaration; expression of opinion; foreword; introduction; introductory remarks; letting out; nugget of gold; preamble; preface; prologue; remark; speech; statement; utterance; word
- clapper; glossa; knife; lingua; natural language; spit
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- clapper

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Related Definitions for "tongue":

  1. metal striker that hangs inside a bell and makes a sound by hitting the side1
  2. the flap of material under the laces of a shoe or boot1
  3. a mobile mass of muscular tissue covered with mucous membrane and located in the oral cavity1
  4. a human written or spoken language used by a community; opposed to e.g. a computer language1
  5. a manner of speaking1
    • he spoke with a thick tongue1
    • she has a glib tongue1
  6. the tongue of certain animals used as meat1
  7. a narrow strip of land that juts out into the sea1
  8. any long thin projection that is transient1
    • tongues of flame licked at the walls1
  9. lick or explore with the tongue1
  10. articulate by tonguing, as when playing wind instruments1

Wiktionary Translations for tongue:

  1. organ

Cross Translation:
tongue lengua ZungeAnatomie: das bewegliche Organ im Mund, mit dem man schmeckt, schleckt, leckt, die Nahrung hin und her schiebt und spricht
tongue chasquear schnalzen — (intransitiv), Dativ: durch eine abrupte, schwungvolle Bewegung - zumeist der Zunge, den Fingern oder einer Peitsche - einen kurzen, (leicht) knallenden Laut erzeugen
tongue lengua langue — Organe musculaire charnu et mobile de la bouche.
tongue lengua; idioma; lenguaje langue — Système d’expression.

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