stick your tongue out

  • 1 stick your tongue out (at someone) — phrase to move your tongue quickly out of your mouth as an insult Thesaurus: to insult or offend someonesynonym to use a particular gesture to communicate somethinghyponym ways of telling someone to go awaysynonym Main entry: tongue …

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  • 2 Sheriff Got Your Tongue? — Infobox Television episode Title = Sheriff Got Your Tongue? Series = Robin Hood Caption = Robin holding the Sheriff at arrowpoint Season = 1 Episode = 2 Airdate = October 14 2006 Production = 102 Writer = Dominic Minghella Director = John McKay… …

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  • 3 stick — 1 /stIk/ verb past tense and past participle stuck 1 PUSH (transitive always + adv/prep, intransitive always + adv/prep) if a pointed object sticks into something or you stick it into something, it is pushed into it: stick sth in/into/through etc …

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  • 4 tongue — noun 1 soft part inside the mouth ADJECTIVE ▪ long ▪ forked ▪ loose, sharp (both figurative) ▪ Everyone knows now, thanks to Ken s loose tongue (= he could not keep the secret) …

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  • 5 stick — stick1 W3S3 [stık] v past tense and past participle stuck [stʌk] ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(attach)¦ 2¦(push in)¦ 3¦(put)¦ 4¦(move part of body)¦ 5¦(difficult to move)¦ 6 stick in somebody s mind 7 make something stick 8¦(name)¦ 9 somebody c …

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  • 6 tongue — /tVN/ noun 1 MOUTH (C) the soft, moveable part inside your mouth that you use for tasting, eating, and speaking: Joe ran his tongue over his dry lips. | The dog panted, his tongue hanging out in the heat. | stick your tongue out (=put your tongue …

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  • 7 tongue — tongue1 [ tʌŋ ] noun ** ▸ 1 organ in mouth ▸ 2 language ▸ 3 way of speaking/writing ▸ 4 animal tongue as food ▸ 5 long narrow piece ▸ + PHRASES 1. ) count the long soft piece of flesh attached to the bottom of your mouth that you use for tasting …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 8 tongue — I UK [tʌŋ] / US noun Word forms tongue : singular tongue plural tongues ** 1) [countable] the long soft piece of flesh fixed to the bottom of your mouth that you use for tasting, speaking etc I burnt my tongue on the hot coffee. 2) [countable]… …

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  • 9 out — /owt/, adv. 1. away from, or not in, the normal or usual place, position, state, etc.: out of alphabetical order; to go out to dinner. 2. away from one s home, country, work, etc., as specified: to go out of town. 3. in or into the outdoors: to… …

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  • 10 stick something out of something — ˌstick ˈout (of sth) | ˌstick sthˈout (of sth) derived to be further out than sth else or come through a hole; to push sth further out than sth else or through a hole • His ears stick out. • She stuck her tongue out at me. • Don t stick your arm… …

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  • 11 stick out of something — ˌstick ˈout (of sth) | ˌstick sthˈout (of sth) derived to be further out than sth else or come through a hole; to push sth further out than sth else or through a hole • His ears stick out. • She stuck her tongue out at me. • Don t stick your arm… …

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  • 12 stick — stick1 [ stık ] (past tense and past participle stuck [ stʌk ] ) verb *** ▸ 1 attach something to something ▸ 2 put quickly & carelessly ▸ 3 push something long into something ▸ 4 become difficult to move ▸ 5 when name is accepted ▸ 6 in card… …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 13 stick out — phrasal verb Word forms stick out : present tense I/you/we/they stick out he/she/it sticks out present participle sticking out past tense stuck out past participle stuck out 1) [intransitive] to continue further than the end of a surface or the… …

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  • 14 stick out — 1) PHRASAL VERB If you stick out part of your body, you extend it away from your body. to stick your neck out → see neck [V P n (not pron)] She made a face and stuck out her tongue at him... [V n P] He stuck his hand out and he said, Good evening …

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  • 15 stick — stick1 stickless, adj. sticklike, adj. /stik/, n., v., sticked, sticking. n. 1. a branch or shoot of a tree or shrub that has been cut or broken off. 2. a relatively long and slender piece of wood. 3. a long piece of wood for use as fuel, in… …

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  • 16 stick — 01. We are teaching our dog how to fetch a [stick]. 02. The children spent the afternoon throwing [sticks] into the creek, and watching them drift downstream. 03. He was arrested after hitting someone over the head with his [stick] during the… …

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  • 17 stick — 1. n. 1 a a short slender branch or length of wood broken or cut from a tree. b this trimmed for use as a support or weapon. 2 a thin rod or spike of wood etc. for a particular purpose (cocktail stick). 3 a an implement used to propel the ball in …

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  • 18 ˌstick sth ˈout — phrasal verb 1) to push or stretch something forwards or away from you, especially a part of your body She stuck her arm out of the car window and waved.[/ex] Ben stuck out his tongue at the little girl (= as an insult).[/ex] 2) informal to… …

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  • 19 The Order of the Stick — Principal characters, from left to right: Belkar, Vaarsuvius, Elan, Haley, Durkon, and Roy …

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  • 20 On Your Radar (album) — On Your Radar Studio album by The Saturdays Released 21 November 2011 …

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