dentures


dentures
den·ture || 'dentʃə n. artificial tooth

English contemporary dictionary. 2014.

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  • Dentures — Intervention MeSH D003778 …   Wikipedia

  • dentures — was originally a genteelism (first recorded in 1874) for false teeth, but is now standard in more formal use …   Modern English usage

  • dentures — [n] false teeth artificial teeth, bridge, choppers*, dental plate, implants, partial, set of teeth; concept 393 …   New thesaurus

  • dentures — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ ill fitting ▪ partial … OF DENTURES ▪ set ▪ a new set of dentures VERB + DENTURES …   Collocations dictionary

  • dentures — [[t]de̱ntʃə(r)z[/t]] N PLURAL (The form denture is used as a modifier.) Dentures are artificial teeth worn by people who no longer have all their own teeth. Syn: false teeth …   English dictionary

  • dentures — (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) n. false teeth, *choppers, partial …   English dictionary for students

  • dentures — den|tures [ˈdentʃəz US ərz] n [plural] a set of artificial teeth worn by someone who does not have their own teeth any longer = ↑false teeth …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • dentures — den|tures [ dentʃərz ] noun plural artificial teeth worn by people who do not have their own teeth …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • dentures — noun (plural) a set of artificial teeth worn by someone who does not have their own teeth any more; false teeth …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • dentures — UK [ˈdentʃə(r)z] / US [ˈdentʃərz] noun [plural] artificial teeth worn by people who do not have their own teeth …   English dictionary


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