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rate 3. facial feature above the mouth and below the eyes; part of the body used for smelling and breathing; sense of smell; propensity for detecting; proboscis; snout
rate 4. smell, sniff; nuzzle with the nose; snoop about; move forward cautiously
rate 5. Prominent structure between and below the eyes. With the complex nasal cavity behind it, it functions for breathing and smelling. Behind the front section (vestibule), which includes the nostrils, it is divided vertically by three convoluted ridges (conchae) into air passages. In the highest one, the olfactory region, a small segment of mucous membrane lining contains neurons covered by a moisture layer, in which microscopic particles in inhaled air dissolve and stimulate the neurons. The rest of the cavity warms and moistens inhaled air and filters particles and bacteria out of it. Sinus cavities in the bone on both sides of the nose drain into the air passages. During swallowing, the soft palate closes off the back of the nose against food.
rate 6. the prominent structure between the eyes that serves as the entrance to the respiratory tract and contains the olfactory organ. It provides air for respiration, serves the sense of smell, conditions the air by filtering, warming and moistening it and cleans itself of foreign debris extracted from inhalations. The nose has two cavities, separated from one another by a wall of cartilage. The external openings are known as nares or nostrils. The roof of the mouth and the floor of the nose are formed by the palatine bone, the mouth part of which is commonly called the hard palate; a flap of tissue, the soft palate, extends back into the nasopharynx, the nasal portion of the throat and during swallowing is pressed upward, thus closing off the nasopharynx so that food is not lodged in the back of the nose. The shape of the nasal cavity is complex. The forward section, within and above each nostril, is called the vestibule. Behind the vestibule and along each outer wall are three elevations, running generally from front to rear. Each elevation, called a concha, hangs over an air passage. Beside and above the uppermost concha is the olfactory region of the nasal cavity. The rest of the cavity is the respiratory portion. The respiratory area is lined with a moist mucous membrane with fine hairlike projections known as cilia, which serve to collect debris. Mucus from cells in the membrane wall also helps to trap particles of dust, carbon, soot and bacteria. Sinus cavities are located in the bony skull on both sides of the nose. In the olfactory (smelling) portion of the nose, most of the lining is mucous membrane. A small segment of the lining contains the nerve cells that are the actual sensory organs. Fibres, called dendrites, which project from the nerve cells into the nasal cavity, are covered only by a thin layer of moisture. The moisture dissolves microscopic particles that the air has carried into the nose from odour-emitting substances and the particles dissolved in the fluid stimulate the olfactory nerve cells chemically.
rate 7. B O D Y P A R T, (slang) snout (n) the part of the face that sticks out above the mouth through which you breathe and smella small/large/long nose I think I've got a cold - I've got a runny nose (= a lot of liquid coming out of the nose) and a sore throat. I need to blow my nose (= breathe out suddenly and strongly through my nose into a handkerchief to empty it) . See also nosy; nasal. See picture: Head (specialized) When describing wine, nose means smell. a wine praised for its smoky nose. (esp. (informal) ) If you get up someone's nose you annoy them in some way. People who drive like that really get up my nose. He's been getting up my nose lately, asking a lot of silly questions. (informal) If you have a (good) nose for something, you are good at finding things of the stated type. She's got a good nose for a bargain! That reporter has a nose for a good story. (informal) To keep your nose clean means to avoid getting into trouble. He cares only about keeping the department's nose clean and won't take any risky decisions. I don't accept the company's explanation, but I've decided to pay my bill and keep my nose clean. (informal) If you tell someone to keep their nose out of your activities, you mean that they are too interested in them or want to influence them in a way you do not like. I've already decided how to do it so you can just keep your nose out of it. He can't keep his nose out of other people's affairs. (informal) If you keep/put your nose to the grindstone, you work very hard for a long time. She kept her nose to the grindstone all year and got the exam results she wanted. She walked past me with her nose in the air (= looking as if she thought she was better than other people) . She's always got her nose in a book (= She is always reading) . (informal) If you poke/stick your nose into something you try to discover things which are not really related to you. I wish he'd stop poking his nose into my personal life! (informal) If you put someone's nose out of joint you offend them or upset them, esp. by getting something that they were wanting for themselves. John's nose was put out of joint when Jane was promoted and he wasn't. Something which happens (from) under your nose/ (US also) right out from under your nose happens in an obvious way but you do not notice or cannot prevent it. He's a scoundrel - he's won contracts under my nose by bribing people. A shoplifter had stolen the shoes from under the assistant's nose. If something is (right) under someone's nose, it is where they can clearly see it. I spent ages looking for the book and it was right under my nose all the time. She shoved the letter under her boss's nose (= made certain he saw it) . (informal) If someone has a nose job they have an operation to change the shape of their nose. -nosed (suffix) a sharp-nosed manchildren red-nosed with the cold See also -nosed at nose (F R O N T) .
rate 8. v (I usually + adverb or preposition) The car nosed (= moved forward slowly and carefully) out of the side street, its driver peering anxiously around. He carefully nosed his lorry into the small gap. See also nose out at nose (S E A R C H) . -nosed (suffix) a blunt-nosed missile See also -nosed at nose (B O D Y P A R T) .
rate 9. The aroma of brewed tea.
rate 10. ability to search out or locate
rate 11. propensity
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