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oral British & World English

Spoken rather than written; verbal

Oral Law British & World English

The part of Jewish religious law believed to have been passed down by oral tradition before being collected in the Mishnah

oral sex British & World English

Sexual activity in which the genitals of one partner are stimulated by the mouth of the other; fellatio or cunnilingus

oral history British & World English

The collection and study of historical information using tape recordings of interviews with people having personal knowledge of past events

oral-formulaic British & World English

Relating to or denoting poetry belonging to an early spoken tradition characterized by the use of poetic formulae

oral New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

relating to the mouth or to speech;

oral English Thesaurus

an oral agreement

voto oral Spanish-English

voice votein US

juicio oral Spanish-English

trialwhere witnesses testify in person

angustia oral Spanish-English

oral anxiety

higiene oral Spanish-English

oral hygiene

anticonceptivo oral Spanish-English

oral contraceptive

voto oral Spanish-English

voice votein US

juicio oral Spanish-English

trialwhere witnesses testify in person

angustia oral Spanish-English

oral anxiety

higiene oral Spanish-English

oral hygiene

anticonceptivo oral Spanish-English

oral contraceptive

anticonceptivo oral de emergencia Spanish-English

emergency contraceptive pill

anticonceptivo oral de emergencia Spanish-English

emergency contraceptive pill

la prensa oral in prensa Spanish-English

radio and television

I blew the oral test in blow English-Spanish

la pifié, la regué en el oral

se lució en el oral in lucir Spanish-English

she passed the oral with flying colors, she excelled herself in the oral

administrar por vía oral in vía Spanish-English

to be administered orally


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