Definition of tooth fairy in English:

tooth fairy

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  • A fairy said to take children’s milk teeth after they fall out and leave a coin under the child’s pillow.
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    • In the other, a much younger girl comes down to breakfast with a coin the tooth fairy left under her pillow the night before.
    • She put it under her pillow and the tooth fairy delivered… £10.
    • Then you could put them under your pillow and the tooth fairy would give you money.

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