Translation of labio in English:
nombre masculino/masculine noun
- 1.1 (de la boca) lip labio superior upper o/or top lip labio inferior lower o/or bottom lip leer los labios to lip-read de sus labios no salió ni una queja [literario/literary] not a single word of complaint passed his lips [literario/literary] apretó los labios y trató de resistir el dolor he bit his lip and tried to resist the pain la besó en los labios he kissed her on the lips no despegó los labios en toda la tarde she didn't say o utter a single word all afternoon o she didn't open her mouth all afternoon 1.2 (de la vulva) labium
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