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French-English translation for: loose tooth
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NOUN   a loose tooth | loose teeth
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RadioTV F Loose Change [série documentaire]Loose Change [Dylan Avery]
vêt. ample {adj}loose [baggy]
pierraille {f}loose stones {pl}
se descellerto come loose
se descellerto work loose
petite monnaie {f}loose change
méd. relâchement {m} intestinalloose bowels
géol. sol {m} meubleloose soil
méd. toux {f} grasseloose cough
desserré {adj}loose [knot, rope, screw]
meuble {adj}loose [e.g. earth]
branler [dent]to be loose [tooth]
mal fixé {adj}loose [handle, knob]
dent. qui bouge {adj} [dent]loose [tooth]
baîller [chaussure]to be too loose [shoe]
armes hist. sport décocher une flècheto loose an arrow
cuis. feuilles {} de théloose leaf tea
dent {f}tooth
lâche {adj}loose [clothing, belt, bowstring, rope: not tight]
dent. carie {f} dentairetooth decay
anat. dent. dent {f} de devantfront tooth
anat. dent. dent {f} de laitbaby tooth
anat. dent. dent {f} de laitmilk tooth
dent. dent {f} de sagessewisdom tooth
anat. dent. dent {f} du fondback tooth
désœuvré {adj}at a loose end [fig.] [coll.] [having nothing to do]
bec {m} sucré [fam.]sweet tooth [fig.]
dent. poser une couronneto crown a tooth
aimer les sucreriesto have a sweet tooth [fig.]
dent. se faire arracher une dentto have a tooth out
Il lui manque une dent.He's missing a tooth. [One of his teeth is missing]
ne pas trop savoir quoi faireto be at a loose end [fig.] [coll.] [also: at loose ends] [not knowing what to do next]
se défendre bec et ongles [loc.] [fig.]to fight tooth and nail [idiom] [fig.]
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