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1. cheek cheek


After slapping Tom's right cheek, Mary stomped on his left foot.
He has plenty of cheek.
By the look in his eye I could tell that he was speaking tongue in cheek.
She turned away from me to hide a tear that had begun to fall down her cheek.
She got so angry with him that she came very close to hitting him on the cheek.
Today I learned a lot of Spanish words and now I know how to say "cheek," "chin," and "knee."
No more of your cheek or I'll hit you!
I held the fur coat close to my cheek and dreamt of the day I would be able to afford it.
His cheeks flushed with enthusiasm.
My sister has a round face with chubby cheeks.
He’s got a cheek, asking to borrow money again!
In some countries, it is normal to kiss people on both cheeks when you meet them for the first time.
1. I can't stand your cheek - you should control yourself. 2. My son doesn't cheek older children because he's too weak
His cheeks are really red after running.
She's got pink cheeks.

Inglés palabrajoue"(cheek) ocurre en conjuntos:

Fiches du livre - "Poems" (Sam G. Goodrich)
Fiches du livre - "Poems" (Nora May French)
Fiches du livre - "Verses" (Edith Wharton)
Fiches du livre - "The Wild Olive" (Basil King)
Fiches du livre - "Heart Songs" (Jean Blewett)