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boca

  

      f   mouth  ,   (entrada)    entrance,   (de fogão)    ring
de boca      orally  
de boca aberta      open-mouthed, amazed  
bater boca      to argue  
botar a boca no mundo        (berrar)    to scream,   (revelar)    to spill the beans  
falar da boca para fora      to say one thing and mean another  
ser boa boca      to eat anything  
vira essa boca para lá!      don't tempt providence!  
boca da noite      nightfall  


bate-boca     ( bate-bocas    pl  )
      m   row, quarrel  
boca-de-fumo        ( bocas-de-fumo    pl  )
      f   drug den  
boca-de-sino  
      adj inv   bell-bottomed  
boca-livre        ( bocas-livres    pl  )
      f   free meal
Translation Portuguese - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

boçal, broca, bocado, boa

"boca": examples and translations in context
Administrar directamente na boca ou com a comida. To be administered with food or directly into the mouth.
Olhos revirados e espumando pela boca gritando. Their eyes rolling and foaming at the mouth and screaming.
Satisfaz-nos saber que se espalhou de boca em boca sobre a nossa pequena representação. We are pleased to hear that word of our little performance has spread.
Os dentistas fazem moldes da boca. Dentists make impressions of the mouth with it.
Sofri uma ligeira lesão na boca. W-well, I sustained a minor mouth injury.
Eu mereço saber onde essa boca esteve. I deserve to know where that mouth has been.
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