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  1. tongue

    • IPA[təNG]

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    • n.
      the fleshy muscular organ in the mouth of a mammal, used for tasting, licking, swallowing, and (in humans) articulating speech.;the equivalent organ in other vertebrates, sometimes used (in snakes) as a scent organ or (in chameleons) for catching food.
    • v.
      sound (a note) distinctly on a wind instrument by interrupting the air flow with the tongue.;lick or caress with the tongue
    • noun: tongue, plural noun: tongues

    • verb: tongue, 3rd person present: tongues, gerund or present participle: tonguing, past tense: tongued, past participle: tongued

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. the fleshy muscular organ in the mouth of a mammal, used for tasting, licking, swallowing, and (in humans) articulating speech.
    • 2. the equivalent organ in other vertebrates, sometimes used (in snakes) as a scent organ or (in chameleons) for catching food.
    • 3. an analogous organ in insects, formed from some of the mouthparts and used in feeding.
    • 4. the tongue of a hoofed mammal, in particular an ox or lamb, as food.
    • 5. used in reference to a person's style or manner of speaking:

      he was a redoubtable debater with a caustic tongue

    • 6. a particular language:

      the prioress chatted to the peddler in a strange tongue

    • 7. see the gift of tongues below
    • 8. a strip of leather or fabric under the laces in a shoe, attached only at the front end.
    • 9. the pin of a buckle.
    • 10. the free-swinging metal piece inside a bell which is made to strike the bell to produce the sound.
    • 11. a long, low promontory of land.
    • 12. a projecting strip on a wooden board fitting into a groove on another.
    • 13. the vibrating reed of a musical instrument or organ pipe.
    • 14. a jet of flame:

      a tongue of flame flashes four feet from the gun

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. sound (a note) distinctly on a wind instrument by interrupting the air flow with the tongue.
    • 2. lick or caress with the tongue:

      the other horse tongued every part of the colt's mane

    • adj. having a specified kind of tongue:

    • the blue-tongued lizard

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    • adj. having a specified kind of tongue:

    • the blue-tongued lizard

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    • adj. too shy or embarrassed to speak:

    • Barbara was tongue-tied in the presence of her parents

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    • n. meat from the tongue of a cow:

    • braised ox tongue

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    • adj. too shy or embarrassed to speak:

    • Barbara was tongue-tied in the presence of her parents

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    • ph. (of hounds) bark, especially on finding a scent

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    • n. a flattened wormlike parasite that infests vertebrates, especially reptiles, having a sucking mouth with hooks for attachment to the lining of the respiratory tract.

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    • n. a flattened wormlike parasite that infests vertebrates, especially reptiles, having a sucking mouth with hooks for attachment to the lining of the respiratory tract.

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    • n.
      the fleshy muscular organ in the mouth of a mammal, used for tasting, licking, swallowing, and (in humans) articulating speech.
    • v.
      sound (a note) distinctly on a wind instrument by interrupting the air flow with the tongue:
    • Eugene has worked out the correct tonguing

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  2. 知識+

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    • "tongue"的由來?

      tongue這個字源自古英文的tunge see p.1322 The New International...of the English Language deluxe encyclopedic edition (1996) tongue與ton的母音相同,但兩者最後的子音不同,前者是[有尾巴的n],後者是[n...