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Definitions of "Skin Teeth"

1. Skin Teeth

English Translation



To smile

Example Sentences

Patois: Yes Natty look pon the whole ah we in the picture just a skin up Teeth and ting everyone Irie
English: Ok Natty, look on all of us in the picture just smiling and everyone's happy

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2. Skin Teeth (Verb)


To smile, grin or laugh at someone or something.

Example Sentences

Patois: Wah mek yuh deh skin yuh teeth, yuh si singting funny?
English: Why are you grinning, did you see something funny?

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