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Mouth in German 🇩🇪


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mouth der Mund
How to say “mouth” in German? “Der Mund”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “der Mund” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on mouth in German like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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**Tips to remember the German word “der Mund”:**
1. Associate “Mund” with “mouth” by thinking of someone saying “mmm” when they enjoy something tasty; this sound is made with the mouth, which is “der Mund” in German.
2. Visualize a comic book character with a word bubble saying “Mund!” as if it’s the sound of them munching with their mouth.
3. Remember the nursery rhyme “Old MacDonald Had a Farm”, concentrating on the “M” in “MacDonald,” which can remind you of “Mund.”

**Explanations:**
– “Der Mund” is the German word for “the mouth,” concerning the physical part of the body.
– It is a masculine noun, thus “der” is the definite article.

**Other words that mean the same thing:**
– “Die Schnauze” can also mean mouth, but it’s typically used either for animals or in a rude way to tell someone to be quiet (like “shut your trap” in English).

**Alternate meanings/slang:**
– “Halt den Mund!” is an informal, somewhat rude way to say “Shut up!” in German.
– “Mundwerk” is a colloquial term that refers to someone’s way of speaking or their verbal prowess.

**Examples of sentences using “der Mund”:**
– “Der Arzt schaut in den Mund des Patienten.” (The doctor looks into the patient’s mouth.)
– “Sie malte den Mund des Portraits mit großer Sorgfalt.” (She painted the mouth of the portrait with great care.)
– “Er öffnete überrascht den Mund, als er die Nachricht hörte.” (He opened his mouth in surprise when he heard the news.)
– “Kannst du bitte deinen Mund halten, während ich spreche?” (Can you please keep your mouth shut while I’m talking?)

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