toothache


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tooth·ache

 (to͞oth′āk′)
n.
An aching pain in or near a tooth.

toothache

(ˈtuːθˌeɪk)
n
(Dentistry) a pain in or about a tooth. Technical name: odontalgia

tooth•ache

(ˈtuθˌeɪk)

n.
a pain in or about a tooth.
[before 1050]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.toothache - an ache localized in or around a toothtoothache - an ache localized in or around a tooth
ache, aching - a dull persistent (usually moderately intense) pain
aerodontalgia - pain in the teeth that results from a change in air pressure (as in flying or mountain climbing)
Translations
وَجَع أسْنانوَجَعُ الَأسْنَان
bolení zububolest zubů
tandpine
hammassärky
zubobolja
fogfájás
tannpína
歯痛
치통
bolesť zubov
zobobol
tandvärk
การปวดฟัน
chứng đau răng

toothache

[ˈtuːθeɪk] Ndolor m de muelas
to have toothachetener dolor de muelas

toothache

[ˈtuːθeɪk] nmal m de dents
to have toothache → avoir mal aux dents

toothache

[ˈtuːθˌeɪk] nmal m di denti
to have toothache → avere il mal di denti

tooth

(tuːθ) nounplural teeth (tiːθ)
1. any of the hard, bone-like objects that grow in the mouth and are used for biting and chewing. He has had a tooth out at the dentist's.
2. something that looks or acts like a tooth. the teeth of a comb/saw.
teethe (tiːð) verb
(of a baby) to grow one's first teeth. He cries a lot because he's teething.
toothed adjective
having teeth. a toothed wheel.
ˈtoothless adjective
without teeth. a toothless old woman.
ˈtoothy adjective
showing a lot of teeth. a toothy grin.
ˈtoothache noun
a pain in a tooth. He has / is suffering from toothache.
ˈtoothbrush noun
a brush for cleaning the teeth.
ˈtoothpaste noun
a kind of paste used to clean the teeth. a tube of toothpaste.
ˈtoothpick noun
a small piece of wood, plastic etc for picking out food etc from between the teeth.
be/get etc long in the tooth
(of a person or animal) to be, become etc, old. I'm getting a bit long in the tooth to climb mountains.
a fine-tooth comb
a comb with the teeth set close together, for removing lice, dirt etc from hair etc.
a sweet tooth
a liking for sweet food. My friend has a sweet tooth.
tooth and nail
fiercely and with all one's strength. They fought tooth and nail.

toothache

وَجَعُ الَأسْنَان bolení zubu tandpine Zahnschmerzen πονόδοντος dolor de muelas hammassärky douleur dentaire zubobolja mal di denti 歯痛 치통 kiespijn tannverk ból zęba dor de dente, dor de dentes зубная боль tandvärk การปวดฟัน diş ağrısı chứng đau răng 牙痛

tooth·ache

n. dolor de muelas.

toothache

n dolor m de muelas
References in classic literature ?
It may be so, lad," muttered the scout, when he had ended; "for desperate fevers are not to be treated like a toothache.
I guess he's got what some folks ashore call a conscience; it's a kind of Tic-Dolly-row they say --worse nor a toothache.
It had always been my custom to stand when in his presence; even at the council board, except upon those rare occasions when the sitting was a very long one, extending over hours; then I had a trifling little backless thing which was like a reversed culvert and was as comfortable as the toothache.
I COULD have said, "But would you advise a person to deliberately practice having a toothache in the pit of his stomach for a couple of years in order that he might then come to enjoy it?
Tom got out of the presence as quick as he plausibly could, and after that he complained of toothache for a week, and tied up his jaws every night.
I have got an attack of toothache," she said, abruptly, to an elderly man who stood behind the counter.
Stryver sucked the end of a ruler for a little while, and then stood hitting a tune out of his teeth with it, which probably gave him the toothache.
I had struck him hard enough to give him the toothache, I suppose.
But as the stockfish was highly salted, and the ale reasonably powerful, the jaws of the brethren were too anxiously employed to admit of their making much use of their ears; nor do we read of any of the fraternity, who was tempted to speculate upon the mysterious hints of their Superior, except Father Diggory, who was severely afflicted by the toothache, so that be could only eat on one side of his jaws.
At a distance, he seemed to have suffered some frightful injury to his head, but when he was brought into the midst of the company it appeared that he had twisted a red handkerchief about his face as if to soothe a toothache.
That would do if it was the toothache my master had; but it is in the brains, what he has got.
He had been awake all night with a racking toothache - pacing his room like a caged beast or throwing himself in fury on his bed - and had fallen at last into that profound, uneasy slumber that so often follows on a night of pain, when he was awakened by the third or fourth angry repetition of the concerted signal.