There are 2 translations of mouth in Spanish:

mouth1

n (pl mouths /maʊðz/)

/maʊθ/
  • 1 1.1 c (of person, animal) boca (f) she kissed him on the mouth le dio un beso en la boca her mouth fell open in amazement se quedó boquiabierta or con la boca abierta (del asombro) to open one's mouth abrir* la boca he didn't open his mouth all evening no abrió la boca or [familiar/colloquial] no dijo ni pío en toda la noche open your mouth wide abra bien la boca shut your mouth! [colloquial/familiar] ¡cállate la boca! [familiar/colloquial], ¡cierra el pico! [familiar/colloquial] you just keep your mouth shut about this no digas ni media palabra de esto a nadie watch your mouth! (be careful) ¡ojo con lo que dices! (response to obscenity) ¡qué boca!, ¡no digas palabrotas! (response to insult) ¡cuidado con lo que dices! another (hungry) mouth to feed otra boca más que alimentar down in the mouth alicaído, bajo de moral to be all mouth [slang/argot] ser* un fanfarrón or (Esp tb) un fantasma [familiar/colloquial] to have a big mouth hablar demasiado, ser* un bocazas or (Andes, Méx) un bocón or (RPl) (un) estómago resfriado [familiar/colloquial] me and my big mouth! ¡quién me mandaría abrir la boca! to make sb's mouth water it made my mouth water se me hizo agua la boca or (Esp) se me hizo la boca agua to shoot off at the mouth (AmE) [colloquial/familiar] decir* disparates, disparatar to shoot one's mouth off [colloquial/familiar] (boast) fanfarronear [familiar/colloquial], darse* pisto (Esp) [familiar/colloquial] (reveal information) irse* de la lengua [familiar/colloquial], hablar más de la cuenta [familiar/colloquial]
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    • As he looked right at me, cigarette teetering on his lower lip with his mouth slightly open, he didn't flinch.
    • He lowered his mouth to her shoulder blade, running his lips lightly over the skin.
    • You can tickle your baby's chin or lower lip so the baby will open its mouth.
    1.2 u (insolence) [colloquial/familiar] impertinencia (f) that's enough mouth from you! ¡no seas impertinente!
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    • I am surprised you never came to visit me at my gym when you were training in Las Vegas since you have so much mouth when it comes to me.
    • ‘He's got a lot of mouth,’ said Miranda.
    • She had a bit too much mouth and not enough brain.
  • 2 c (of bottle) boca (f); (of tunnel, cave) entrada (f); (of river) desembocadura (f)
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    • The Shrine is within a massive cave, the mouth of which is about 150 ft wide.
    • He sees a movement up there, on the slope, near the mouth of the cave.
    • On the opposite bank, just 30 ft from the river and six feet above its normal level, is the wide mouth of the cave.
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    • It fits the mouth of the container and is locked tightly.
    • The other uncorks a bottle of chilled beer, and after cleaning the mouth of the bottle with her tongue, she places the beer in my hand.
    • From the mouths of the bottles, big drops of water pop up in time to a complex, computer-controlled, choreographed program.
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    • The local governor was asked by the French commander if it would be allowed to fire a salute as it entered the mouth of the river.
    • Anglers in South Africa still target sharks, especially off the long beaches facing the Indian Ocean and in river mouths and estuaries after heavy rain.
    • Fish farmers are also under fire over siting farms close to river mouths.

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There are 2 translations of mouth in Spanish:

mouth2

vt

/maʊð/
  • 1.1 (silently) it's him, she mouthed —es él —me/le dijo articulando para que le leyera los labios
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    • His lips began moving rapidly, mouthing the words to a prayer.
    • Some mouthed silent words of thanksgiving while others joyfully praised the God of creation.
    • Mel mouthed the word ‘FAREWELL’ to him as she waved.
    1.2 (say) [pejorative/peyorativo] decir* to mouth platitudes decir* lugares comunes mouthing their prayers without understanding recitando sus oraciones sin entender
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    • Now she mouths all the normal platitudes about how the Real Message of the Gospel is Social Justice.
    • The environment minister is being condemned for mouthing politically correct platitudes.
    • Instead of mouthing platitudes about creating just and lasting settlements, we must turn the financial screws on both parties to make them see sense.
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    • I, in turn, pointed at myself and just as clearly mouthed out my name, ‘Lani’.
    • Emily mouthed the words carefully as she faced him. ‘Thank you so much, Mr. Smith.’
    • His teacher was mouthing each letter sound and having him repeat sequences.

vi

  • mover* los labios

Phrasal verbs

mouth off

v + adv (+ prep + o)
[colloquial/familiar] (brag) fanfarronear [familiar/colloquial], fardar (Esp) [familiar/colloquial]; (complain) protestar to mouth off about sth (brag) jactarse de algo (complain) protestar por algo to mouth off at sb poner* verde a algn [familiar/colloquial], insolentarse con algn

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Word of the day cerviz
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nape of the neck …