[maʊθ]     [maʊθ]    
  • n. 嘴;口;开口;河口
  • v. 不出声说;装腔作势地说;喃喃地说
mouths mouthed mouthed mouthing mouths



n. (名词)
  1. 口,嘴,口状物
  2. 河口
  3. 口腔
  4. 动物
  5. 需要供养的人
  6. 开口
  7. 出入口
  8. 孔,穴
  9. 食客
  10. 枪口
  11. 港口
  12. 喷火口
  13. 袋口
  14. 吹口
  15. 咧嘴
v. (动词)
  1. 用演说腔调讲,用演说的口吻讲
  2. 附和着说
  3. 含糊地说,喃喃地说
  4. 歪嘴
  5. 大声讲,大声地讲述,高声地说话,大声地抱怨
  6. 叫骂,怒骂
  7. 装腔作势地讲(说),做作地说
  8. 用口衔
  9. 放进嘴里嚼
  10. 注入
  11. 不出声地说,以嘴唇的动作不出声地讲,做出说…的动作(但不出声)
  12. 言不由衷地重复,言不由衷地说
  13. 夸大地说话,夸张地讲话
  14. 说出
  15. 心不在焉地说
  16. 用嘴接触,吻
  17. 使(马)习惯于戴马嚼子
  18. 傲慢地说
  19. 嘟嘴扮鬼脸


n. (名词)
  1. [C]口,嘴巴 the opening on the face through which a person or animal can take food into the body, and speak to make sounds
  2. [U]空话,无聊的话; 无礼的话 meaningless; impudent talk
  3. [C]人,讲话的人 person, speaker
v. (动词)
  1. vt. & vi. (嘴)作出说〔唱〕…的动作 (但不出声) move one's lips as if saying (words) but without making any sound
  2. vt. & vi. 喃喃地说,心不在焉地说,言不由衷地说 say especially repeatedly and without understanding or sincerity


  1. the opening through which food is taken in and vocalizations emerge;

    "he stuffed his mouth with candy"

  2. the externally visible part of the oral cavity on the face and the system of organs surrounding the opening;

    "she wiped lipstick from her mouth"

  3. an opening that resembles a mouth (as of a cave or a gorge);

    "he rode into the mouth of the canyon"
    "they built a fire at the mouth of the cave"

  4. the point where a stream issues into a larger body of water;

    "New York is at the mouth of the Hudson"

  5. a person conceived as a consumer of food;

    "he has four mouths to feed"

  6. a spokesperson (as a lawyer)

  7. an impudent or insolent rejoinder;

    "don't give me any of your sass"

  8. the opening of a jar or bottle;

    "the jar had a wide mouth"

  1. express in speech;

    "She talks a lot of nonsense"
    "This depressed patient does not verbalize"

  2. articulate silently; form words with the lips only;

    "She mouthed a swear word"

  3. touch with the mouth



用作名词 (n.)
  1. Her mouth is her best feature.
  2. The dying animal was found foaming at the mouth.
  3. Seeing that we are confused about her attitude, she had to give mouth to her doubts.
  4. The sand has silted up the mouth of the river.
用作动词 (v.)
  1. The nurse mouthed the word "quiet".
  2. I dislike lecturers who mouth their speeches.
  3. He crept into the corner, mouthing curses.


用作名词 (n.)
all mouth
    光说不干 say sth but do not have the courage to actually do
big mouth
    嘴不严,多嘴 talk too much
by word of mouth
    口头通知 inform sb by mouth
give mouth
    说出口 start to say sth
keep one's mouth shut
    保持沉默,一声不吭 reveal a secret, especially of dishonest or criminal activity
用作动词 (v.)
mouth down (v.+adv.)
    吃下 eat down
    mouth sth ⇔ down

    He mouthed down a square of cheese.


mouth off (v.+adv.)
    大发议论,自夸地说 speak strongly or as if one knew more than anyone else
    mouth off

    He was mouthing off about the high price of fish.



用作名词 (n.)
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用作动词 (v.)


  • The cavity of the mouth forms the commencement of the alimentary canal.

    出自:Encyclopedia Britannica
  • Sammy had his mouth full of..steak sandwich.

    出自: B. Schulberg
  • Who Taught you to mouth that name of 'villain'?

    出自: Byron
  • The pompous high-placed imbecile mouthing his platitudes.

    出自: A. Birrell
  • Your flat clear voice beside me Mouthed cheerful clear flat platitudes.

    出自: R. Brooke
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