noun, plural eyeteeth
[ahy-teeth] /ˈaɪˌtiθ/ (Show IPA)
Dentistry. a of the upper jaw: so named from its position under the .
cut one’s eyeteeth,
give one’s eyeteeth, to give something one considers very precious, usually in exchange for an object or situation one desires:
She would give her eyeteeth for that job.
noun (pl) -teeth
either of the two canine teeth in the upper jaw
give one’s eyeteeth for, to go to any lengths to achieve or obtain (something): I’d give my eyeteeth for a radio as good as that
also eye tooth, 1570s, so called for its position immediately under or next to the eye.
eyetooth eye·tooth (ī’tōōth’)
A canine tooth of the upper jaw.
noun 1. . [ahy-lift] /ˈaɪˌlɪft/ noun 1. cosmetic blepharoplasty. eyelift eye·lift (ī’lĭft’) n. Cosmetic plastic surgery of the tissue surrounding the eye to reduce or eliminate folds, wrinkles, and sags.
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