buck teeth

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buck teeth

- Large front teeth protruding over the others; the phrase may come from buck, the adult male of some animals, such as rabbits—which have this type of front teeth.
See also related terms for rabbits.
Translations

buck teeth

npldenti mpl da coniglio
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I took the screwdriver's one buck tooth to a barrel of oil worth
Engrossed in such thoughts, and while devouring an apple as I went deeper into the "keep-the-doctor-away" fruit, I discovered that the crown of my buck tooth had come off.
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