n зубная боль See ache, n.

English-Russian word troubles. 2014.

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  • tooth|ache — «TOOTH AYK», noun. a pain in a tooth or the teeth …   Useful english dictionary

  • tooth·ache — /ˈtuːθˌeık/ noun, pl aches : pain in or near a tooth [count] He has a toothache. [noncount] (Brit) He s got toothache …   Useful english dictionary

  • Aché — Infobox Ethnic group name = Achéphoto caption = Aché aiming into the canopy headerstyle = background:#ccf; labelstyle = background:#ddf; header1 = label1 = data1 = The Aché (pronounced Ah·CHAY) Indians are a traditional hunter gatherer tribe… …   Wikipedia

  • tooth — n. 1) to cut, get teeth (babies are often fretful when they are cutting teeth) 2) to brush (esp. AE), clean one s teeth 3) to cap; drill; extract, pull, take out; fill a tooth 4) to pick one s teeth 5) to clench, gnash, grind, grit one s teeth 6) …   Combinatory dictionary

  • ache — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun ADJECTIVE ▪ constant, deep (figurative), dull, nagging, throbbing ▪ familiar ▪ muscular, st …   Collocations dictionary

  • tooth — noun 1 individual tooth ADJECTIVE ▪ broken, chipped, missing ▪ bad, decayed, rotten ▪ loose ▪ …   Collocations dictionary

  • ache — 01. My thumb has really been [aching] since I shut the door on it. 02. The hockey player had a terrible [ache] in his shoulder after the game. 03. Her tooth was [aching] so much that she had trouble falling asleep. 04. When I had the flu, my skin …   Grammatical examples in English

  • toothache — tooth|ache [ˈtu:θ eık] n [U and C] a pain in a tooth ▪ I ve got toothache . ▪ I had terrible toothache all last night …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • toothache — tooth•ache [[t]ˈtuθˌeɪk[/t]] n. den a pain in or about a tooth • Etymology: bef. 1050 …   From formal English to slang

  • toothache — tooth|ache [ tuθ,eık ] noun singular or uncount a pain in one or more of your teeth: He s got a really bad toothache …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • toothache — Pain in a tooth due to the condition of the pulp or periodontal ligament resulting from caries, infection, or trauma. SYN: dentalgia, odontalgia, odontodynia. * * * …   Medical dictionary