a sweet tooth


a sweet tooth
(a liking for sweet food: My friend has a sweet tooth.) upodobanie do słodyczy

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  • sweet tooth — noun singular someone who has a sweet tooth likes to eat sweet food …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • sweet tooth — fondness for sugary stuff, late 14c., from SWEET (Cf. sweet) (adj.) + tooth in the sense of taste, liking (see TOOTHSOME (Cf. toothsome)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • sweet tooth — If you have a sweet tooth, you like eating food with sugar in it …   The small dictionary of idiomes

  • sweet tooth — ► NOUN (pl. sweet tooths) ▪ a great liking for sweet tasting foods …   English terms dictionary

  • sweet tooth — sweet′ tooth n. a liking or craving for sweets • Etymology: 1350–1400 …   From formal English to slang

  • sweet tooth — n. Informal a fondness or craving for sweets …   English World dictionary

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  • sweet tooth — noun a strong appetite for sweet food • Hypernyms: ↑appetite, ↑appetency, ↑appetence * * * noun Etymology: Middle English swete toth, from swete sweet + toth tooth more at sw …   Useful english dictionary