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Detailed Translations for mouth from English to French


mouth [the ~] noun

  1. the mouth (orifice; muzzle; jaws)
    la bouche
  2. the mouth (jaws; beak; muzzle; snout; face)
    la gueule; le museau; le bec
  3. the mouth (estuary)
  4. the mouth (snout; jaws; orifice; face)
    la gueule; le bec; le museau; le clapet

Translation Matrix for mouth:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
bec beak; face; jaws; mouth; muzzle; orifice; snout beak; bill; boldness; cheekiness; flair; forwardness; impudence; nerve; nose; pecker; sauciness; spout
bouche jaws; mouth; muzzle; orifice
clapet face; jaws; mouth; orifice; snout stop valve; valve-flap
embouchure estuary; mouth adjutage; delta; discharge into; embouchure; estuary; flow into; mouth-piece; river-mouth
gueule beak; face; jaws; mouth; muzzle; orifice; snout body; boldness; cheekiness; face; forwardness; impudence; leprosy; mug; nerve; phiz; phizog; sauciness; trap
museau beak; face; jaws; mouth; muzzle; orifice; snout boldness; cheekiness; dog's snout; forwardness; impudence; muzzle; nerve; sauciness; snitch
- back talk; backtalk; lip; mouthpiece; oral cavity; oral fissure; rima oris; sass; sassing
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- speak; talk; utter; verbalise; verbalize

Synonyms for "mouth":

Related Definitions for "mouth":

  1. the opening of a jar or bottle1
    • the jar had a wide mouth1
  2. the externally visible part of the oral cavity on the face and the system of organs surrounding the opening1
    • she wiped lipstick from her mouth1
  3. the opening through which food is taken in and vocalizations emerge1
    • he stuffed his mouth with candy1
  4. an impudent or insolent rejoinder1
  5. the point where a stream issues into a larger body of water1
    • New York is at the mouth of the Hudson1
  6. an opening that resembles a mouth (as of a cave or a gorge)1
    • he rode into the mouth of the canyon1
    • they built a fire at the mouth of the cave1
  7. a person conceived as a consumer of food1
    • he has four mouths to feed1
  8. a spokesperson (as a lawyer)1
  9. express in speech1
  10. articulate silently; form words with the lips only1
    • She mouthed a swear word1
  11. touch with the mouth1

Wiktionary Translations for mouth:

  1. the end of a river out of which water flows
  2. an outlet, aperture or orifice
  3. the opening of an animal through which food is ingested
  1. Ouverture pour se nourrir.
  2. Personne à nourrir.
  3. Élargissement d’un cours d’eau.
  4. Accès.
  5. cavité large et profonde, vide ou remplie d’eau.
  6. Bouche d’animal

Cross Translation:
mouth embouchure monding — plaats waar een rivier uitkomt in zee of meer
mouth bouche mond — ingang van het spijsverteringskanaal
mouth gueule Maul — Körperöffnung bei Tieren, durch die Nahrung aufgenommen wird
mouth bouche MundAnatomie: Öffnung im unteren Teil des menschlichen Gesichtes (beim Tier: Maul, Schnabel), hauptsächlich zur Nahrungsaufnahme und zur Lautbildung benutzt

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