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How to Pronounce tooth?

Correct pronunciation for the word "tooth" is [tˈuːθ], [tˈuːθ], [t_ˈuː_θ].

Definition of tooth

  1. To furnish with teeth; to indent; to jagg; to lock into each other. Tooth and nail, by all possible means. To the teeth, in open opposition; directly to one's face. To cast in the teeth, to retort reproachfully. In spite of the teeth, in defiance of opposition. To show the teeth, to threaten.
  2. A bony substance growing out of the jaws of animals, and serving as the instrument of mastication; taste; palate; one of a series of projections resembling teeth.

Nuttall's Standard dictionary of the English language By Nuttall, P.Austin

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What is the present tense of Tooth?

  • The verb "tooth" does not have personal forms in the present tense. Instead, it is an irregular verb that remains the same in all personal forms.

  • Examples:

  • I tooth.

  • You tooth.

  • He/She/It teeth.

  • We tooth.

  • You tooth.

  • They tooth.
  • What is the adjective for tooth?

    The adjective form of the word "tooth" is "dental".

    Usage over time for tooth:

    This graph shows how "tooth" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

    What is the plural form of tooth?

    The plural of the "tooth" can be the "teeth".

    What is the singular form of tooth?

    The singular of the "tooth" can be the "tooth".

    Synonyms for Tooth:


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