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button your lip — button up or button your lip (informal) Be quiet • • • Main Entry: ↑button * * * button/zip/your lip spoken phrase used for rudely telling someone not to say anything … Useful english dictionary

button your lip — If you button your lip, you keep quiet and don t speak. It is also used as a way of telling someone to shut up … The small dictionary of idiomes

button your lip — If you button your lip, you keep quiet and don t speak. It is also used as a way of telling someone to shut up. (Dorking School Dictionary) … English Idioms & idiomatic expressions

button your lip — do not tell anyone, on the QT Button your lip about the speeding ticket. Don t tell Dad … English idioms

Button your lip! — exclam. Shut up!; Be quiet! D I’ve heard enough outa you! Button your lip! … Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

button your lip/lips — (or keep your lip/lips buttoned) US informal : to not talk about something Button your lip. He s coming toward us. Don t tell him what I said, please. You know he can t keep his lips buttoned. • • • Main Entry: ↑button button your lip/lips see… … Useful english dictionary

button\ one’s\ lip — • button one s lip • zip one s lip v. phr. slang To stop talking; keep a secret; shut your mouth; be quiet. The man was getting loud and insulting and the cop told him to button his lip. John wanted to talk, but Dan told him to keep his lip… … Словарь американских идиом

lip — lipless, adj. liplike, adj. /lip/, n., adj., v., lipped, lipping. n. 1. either of the two fleshy parts or folds forming the margins of the mouth and functioning in speech. 2. Usually, lips. these parts as organs of speech: I heard it from his own … Universalium

lip — /lɪp / (say lip) noun 1. either of the two fleshy parts or folds forming the margins of the mouth and performing an important function in speech. 2. (plural) these parts as organs of speech. 3. Colloquial impudent talk. 4. a lip like part or… … Australian English dictionary

button one’s lip — also[zip one s lip] , To stop talking; keep a secret; shut your mouth; be quiet. * /The man was getting loud and insulting and the cop told him to button his lip./ * /John wanted to talk, but Dan told him to keep his lip buttoned … Dictionary of American idioms

button one’s lip — also[zip one s lip] , To stop talking; keep a secret; shut your mouth; be quiet. * /The man was getting loud and insulting and the cop told him to button his lip./ * /John wanted to talk, but Dan told him to keep his lip buttoned … Dictionary of American idioms

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Перевод button your lip перевод

button your lip — button up or button your lip (informal) Be quiet • • • Main Entry: ↑button * * * button/zip/your lip spoken phrase used for rudely telling someone not to say anything … Useful english dictionary

button your lip — If you button your lip, you keep quiet and don t speak. It is also used as a way of telling someone to shut up … The small dictionary of idiomes

button your lip — If you button your lip, you keep quiet and don t speak. It is also used as a way of telling someone to shut up. (Dorking School Dictionary) … English Idioms & idiomatic expressions

button your lip — do not tell anyone, on the QT Button your lip about the speeding ticket. Don t tell Dad … English idioms

Button your lip! — exclam. Shut up!; Be quiet! D I’ve heard enough outa you! Button your lip! … Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

button your lip/lips — (or keep your lip/lips buttoned) US informal : to not talk about something Button your lip. He s coming toward us. Don t tell him what I said, please. You know he can t keep his lips buttoned. • • • Main Entry: ↑button button your lip/lips see… … Useful english dictionary

zip your lip — button/zip/your lip spoken phrase used for rudely telling someone not to say anything Thesaurus: ways of telling someone to stop talking or to be quietsynonym Main entry: lip * * * zip your lip … Useful english dictionary

button — but|ton1 S2 [ˈbʌtn] n [Date: 1300 1400; : Old French; Origin: boton, from boter; BUTT2] 1.) a small round flat object on your shirt, coat etc which you pass through a hole to fasten it ▪ small pearl buttons ▪ A button was missing from his shirt.… … Dictionary of contemporary English

button — I. noun Usage: often attributive Etymology: Middle English boton, from Anglo French butun rose hip, stud, from buter to thrust more at butt Date: 14th century 1. a. a small knob or disk secured to an article (as of clothing) and used as a… … New Collegiate Dictionary

button up — verb refuse to talk or stop talking; fall silent The children shut up when their father approached • Syn: ↑close up, ↑clam up, ↑dummy up, ↑shut up, ↑belt up, ↑be quiet, ↑keep mum … Useful english dictionary

lip — [ lıp ] noun *** 1. ) count one of the two edges that form the top and bottom parts of your mouth: His thin red lips stretched into a smile. 2. ) count the place on the edge of a glass or container where you pour out liquid: Careful, the lip of… … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

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Перевод button your lip перевод

button your lip — button up or button your lip (informal) Be quiet • • • Main Entry: ↑button * * * button/zip/your lip spoken phrase used for rudely telling someone not to say anything … Useful english dictionary

button your lip — If you button your lip, you keep quiet and don t speak. It is also used as a way of telling someone to shut up … The small dictionary of idiomes

button your lip — If you button your lip, you keep quiet and don t speak. It is also used as a way of telling someone to shut up. (Dorking School Dictionary) … English Idioms & idiomatic expressions

button your lip — do not tell anyone, on the QT Button your lip about the speeding ticket. Don t tell Dad … English idioms

Button your lip! — exclam. Shut up!; Be quiet! D I’ve heard enough outa you! Button your lip! … Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

button your lip/lips — (or keep your lip/lips buttoned) US informal : to not talk about something Button your lip. He s coming toward us. Don t tell him what I said, please. You know he can t keep his lips buttoned. • • • Main Entry: ↑button button your lip/lips see… … Useful english dictionary

zip your lip — button/zip/your lip spoken phrase used for rudely telling someone not to say anything Thesaurus: ways of telling someone to stop talking or to be quietsynonym Main entry: lip * * * zip your lip … Useful english dictionary

button — but|ton1 S2 [ˈbʌtn] n [Date: 1300 1400; : Old French; Origin: boton, from boter; BUTT2] 1.) a small round flat object on your shirt, coat etc which you pass through a hole to fasten it ▪ small pearl buttons ▪ A button was missing from his shirt.… … Dictionary of contemporary English

button — I. noun Usage: often attributive Etymology: Middle English boton, from Anglo French butun rose hip, stud, from buter to thrust more at butt Date: 14th century 1. a. a small knob or disk secured to an article (as of clothing) and used as a… … New Collegiate Dictionary

button up — verb refuse to talk or stop talking; fall silent The children shut up when their father approached • Syn: ↑close up, ↑clam up, ↑dummy up, ↑shut up, ↑belt up, ↑be quiet, ↑keep mum … Useful english dictionary

lip — [ lıp ] noun *** 1. ) count one of the two edges that form the top and bottom parts of your mouth: His thin red lips stretched into a smile. 2. ) count the place on the edge of a glass or container where you pour out liquid: Careful, the lip of… … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

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