- 用舌吹（管乐器），吹奏（管乐器）， 用舌头控制着吹奏
- [C]舌头 the movable fleshy organ in the mouth, used for tasting, moving food around , and, in human beings, for producing speech
- [C]语言,口语 a spoken language
a mobile mass of muscular tissue covered with mucous membrane and located in the oral cavity
a human written or spoken language used by a community; opposed to e.g. a computer language
any long thin projection that is transient;
"tongues of flame licked at the walls"
"rifles exploded quick knives of fire into the dark"
a manner of speaking;
"he spoke with a thick tongue"
"she has a glib tongue"
a narrow strip of land that juts out into the sea
the tongue of certain animals used as meat
the flap of material under the laces of a shoe or boot
metal striker that hangs inside a bell and makes a sound by hitting the side
articulate by tonguing, as when playing wind instruments
lick or explore with the tongue
- The tongue is one of the vocals.
- The dog's tongue was hanging out.
- English is her mother tongue.
- He speaks English, but his native tongue is German.
- That woman has a very sharp tongue.
- There appear long tongues of shadows in the sky..
- The dog tongued the meat on the ground.
- The tongue is one of the organs for pronunciation.
- Try to find out the correct mouth and tongue positions for making these sounds and practice saying words containing them.
- The tongue is not steel,yet it cuts.
- We should like smoked tongue for breakfast.
- The shoelace caught on the tongue of his shoe.
- Tongues of flame shot out from the burning hut.
- Her name was on the tip of my tongue, but for the life of me I couldn't recall it.
- Her name was on the tip of my tongue, but I refrained from saying it just in time.
- English is her mother tongue.
- Command of the mother tongue is the most distinguishing mark of an educated man or woman.
- He used the strongest words he could lay tongue to.
- I warned her to guard her tongue in the presence of these people.
- I speak a common tongue with her.
- Do not give occasion to scandalous tongues to speak of you.
- Those books were written in tongues so I could not read them.
- He has a smooth tongue.
- He could use his eloquent tongue to stir them to greater savagery.
- bite one's tongue
保持缄默 keep silent
- bite one's tongue off
对自己说的话感到懊悔 feel immediately sorry for what one has said
- find one's tongue
(吓得或羞得说不出话之后)开口 begin talking (after being nervous or shy)
- get one's tongue (a)round
准确地读出 pronounce (a difficult word, name, etc.) correctly
- give tongue (to)
表示,表述 express one's opinion
- lose one's tongue
说不出话来; 噤不能言 be too embarrassed or surprised to talk
- tongues wag
说闲话; 造谣 there is gossip or rumour
- (with) (one's) tongue in (one's) cheek
不诚恳地,言不由衷地 without seriously meaning what one says
- acquire a foreign tongue 学会一种外国语
- bite one's tongue 保持沉默
- bite one's tongue off 对自己说的话感到懊悔
- click one's tongue 咂舌头
- find one's tongue 开口,开始说话
- get one's tongue (a)round 准确地读出
- give tongue (热情地)讲,大声说
- hold one's tongue 保持沉默
- lose tongue 说不出话来,噤不能言
- put out one's tongue 伸舌头,做鬼脸
- speak tongue 说某种语言
- stick out one's tongue 伸出舌头
- abusive tongue 出口伤人
- bitter tongue 嘴刻薄
- dirty tongue 下流话
- fluent tongue 口齿伶俐
- foul tongue 说话下流,口出恶言
- nasty tongue 污秽不堪的话
- native tongue 本族语,母语
- quick tongue 说话伶俐
- ready tongue 口齿伶俐
- sharp tongue 说话刻薄
- smooth tongue 花言巧语
The Nectar..the Bees gather with their tongues.出自： C. Butler
Ang thumbed her nose at him and stuck out her tongue.出自： W. Motley
'Tis still a dream, or else such stuff as madmen Tongue.出自：Cymbeline , Shakespeare
The Colonel raged..and tongued a few anathemas.出自： O. W. Holmes
- tongue, language
- This dictionary is specially intended for people whose native tongue is not English.这本词典是专为母语不是英语的人编写的。
- Music has been called the universal language.人们称音乐为世界语言。
- ☆ 直接源自古英语的tunge，意为说话的器官，演讲，语言；最初源自原始日耳曼语的tungon。