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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- noun: One of a set of hard, bonelike structures rooted in sockets in the jaws of vertebrates, typically composed of a core of soft pulp surrounded by a layer of hard dentin that is coated with cementum or enamel at the crown and used for biting or chewing food or as a means of attack or defense.
- noun: A similar structure in invertebrates, such as one of the pointed denticles or ridges on the exoskeleton of an arthropod or the shell of a mollusk.
- noun: A projecting part resembling a tooth in shape or function, as on a comb, gear, or saw.
- noun: A small, notched projection along a margin, especially of a leaf. Also called dent2.
- noun: A rough surface, as of paper or metal.
- noun: Something that injures or destroys with force. Often used in the plural: the teeth of the blizzard.
- noun: Effective means of enforcement; muscle: "This . . . puts real teeth into something where there has been only lip service” ( Ellen Convisser).
- noun: Taste or appetite: She always had a sweet tooth.
- verb-transitive: To furnish (a tool, for example) with teeth.
- verb-transitive: To make a jagged edge on.
- verb-intransitive: To become interlocked; mesh.
- idiom: get Slang To be actively involved in; get a firm grasp of.
- idiom: show To express a readiness to fight; threaten defiantly.
- idiom: to the teeth Lacking nothing; completely: armed to the teeth; dressed to the teeth.
- (pl teeth) dantis
- false tooth įdėtas dantis
- calf's teeth pieniniai dantys
- second teeth natūralūs (savi) dantys
- a loose tooth klibąs dantis
- to grit the teeth griežti dantimis
- to cut a tooth p
- to have a tooth out
- to pull a tooth ištraukti dantį