LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||06/JUL/2004 9:32 PM|
Around here we translate that as "big-toothed" as shown in these examples:
"He is big-toothed and has a smile like a horse."
"She is big-toothed but her face is wide and her lips hide most of the teeth so she appears attractive. If her lips did not hide most of the teeth at the gums (gengiva) then she would have a smile like a horse."
"That poor guy is not only big-toothed but he is also buck-toothed. Some orthodontist is going to buy a new sports car with the profit from treating him!!"
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