Noun(1) a part that goes over or into the mouth of a person(2) an acoustic device; the part of a telephone into which a person speaks(3) a spokesperson (as a lawyer(4) (especially boxing(5) the tube of a pipe or cigarette holder that a smoker holds in the mouth(6) the aperture of a wind instrument into which the player blows directly
(1) When he surfaces he pushes up his mask, spits out his mouthpiece and shouts happily to those left on board: ‘There is gold down there!’(2) As Pepper tells the tale, he hasn't touched his horn in six months, the mouthpiece has rotted away, and he has to patch it together with sticky tape.(3) She picked up the receiver, with her thin fingers wrapping one and a half times around the skinny bridge between earpiece and mouthpiece .(4) A weird noise then, as if he had his hand covering the mouthpiece of the phone.(5) You'll likely use a metered-dose inhaler - a hand-held device with a mouthpiece - to take inhaled medications.(6) To use a dry powder inhaler, close your mouth tightly around the mouthpiece and inhale very fast.(7) He didn't bother to cover the mouthpiece as he shouted for my mom; my ear was still ringing as she got the phone.(8) I was never going to betray my country or become a propaganda mouthpiece for anyone.(9) He turned to me and covered the mouthpiece of the phone.(10) I put my hand over the mouthpiece and shouted to Tony, ‘He's at the hospital!’(11) I frequently managed to get my mouthpiece stuck in my trumpet.(12) the snorkel's mouthpiece(13) At the other end of the tube is a mouthpiece or mask which you breathe in and out of.(14) I gaped at my wall, and then shouted angrily into the mouthpiece , ‘Izzy, if this is you, I'm calling the police.’(15) Quite nonchalantly, Em responded in kind by loudly ramming the phone's mouthpiece on the wall several times.(16) Your jaws get achy and when you take the mouthpiece out your teeth no longer fit in your mouth, and you can hear every breath you take and it sounds like you're gasping for air, which you are, because water is splashing into your tube.
(1) mouthpiece :: mundstykke
1. embouchure ::
2. spokesperson ::
3. mouth ::
4. gumshield ::
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