Übersetzung & Definition
to lick: lecken, schlecken
I have a sensitive tongue and don't like licking ice cream. Ich habe eine empfindliche Zunge und schlecke nicht gerne an Eiscreme.
a lick: ein Lecken, Schlecken
a lick (music): ein Lick (Musik)
- "A rare Siberian tiger named "Shoshana" escaped from her pen at the San Francisco zoo yesterday night and attacked a crowd of seven teenagers who had been insulting her, seriously injuring all seven of them. An eighth person, a six year old boy named Timothy Aldridge, was licked by the tiger, and later said the tiger's tongue felt "like sandpaper" and that her breath smelled like "muffins"."
- "Escaped tiger mauls seven, licks one"
- "Their hair balls are becoming a problem. I'm not sure if they're licking their own fur or your body hair."
- "For the last 2 days we have had to immobilise him. He has been trying to lick his own bottom, he keeps dancing to the music in his head, and worst of all, he sometimes tries to polish an imaginary teapot."
- "For the last 2 days we have had to immobilise him. He has been trying to lick his bottom, he keeps dancing to the music in his head, and worst of all, he sometimes tries to polish an imaginary teapot."
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