Definition of someone's tongue is hanging out in English:

someone's tongue is hanging out

Someone is very eager for something: I’m going to have a whisky—my tongue’s hanging out
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  • After seeing some of the sets, my tongue is hanging out and I am drooling on the keyboard.
  • I haven't got very far into the book but my tongue is hanging out to learn more about the political scene on Jersey.
  • We have returned as often as possible and my tongue is hanging out right now.
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Pronunciation: ˌɪntəˈniːsʌɪn
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destructive to both sides in a conflict