lang tande, noun phrase

Origin:
AfrikaansShow more From Afrikaans idiom eet met lang tande, literally ‘eat with long teeth’, to eat with distaste or reluctance.
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In the phrase with lang tande, with long teeth (see long teeth).
1973 Farmer’s Weekly 9 May 13A bloodied mess..which even a dog would eat with lang tande.
1983 Frontline May 32Chemically, the water is quite as pure as any other, but many a Windhoeker still..drinks the city’s water with very lang tande.
with long teethlong teeth.

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