Translation of nostril in Spanish:

nostril

ventana de la nariz, n.

Pronunciation /ˈnɒstr(ə)l//ˈnɑstrəl/

noun

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    ventana de la nariz feminine
    orificio nasal masculine formal
    narina feminine
    • Their smells floated into his nostrils, each one distinct, unique, intoxicating.
    • The trunk is actually an elongation of the nose and has nostrils on the tip.
    • Humans may have two nostrils, but these don't necessarily share the same sense of smell.
    • I could see the group standing nervously on the river bank, their nostrils flaring wildly.
    • Tilt their head back, lift up the chin, and pinch the nostrils together.
    • Your surgeon will make cuts inside your nostrils to reach the bone and cartilage.
    • Plug the other nostril and have the child gently blow through the nostril where the object is stuck.
    • Fluid was collected from the left nostril and found to be sterile.
    • By their shape, she must have assumed that they were to be fitted into her nostrils.
    • Then, with the nosepiece inserted into the nostril, aim the spray towards the inner corner of the eye.
    • Place your index finger of your right hand between your eyebrows, your thumb on your right nostril and your ring finger on your left nostril.
    • A hole is pierced through the skin and cartilage of the nostril.
    • He was about to reach shore, but then the haunting smell reached his nostrils again.
    • So if you're putting it into your right nostril you should lean towards your right ear, with your head forward.
    • Touch your thumb to your right nostril and your ring finger to your left nostril.
    • If you just close one nostril and breathe out and then close the other nostril and breathe out you'll notice one of them is more open than the other.
    • The sight sickened her, as the smell reached her nostrils - decay, excrement and urine.
    • Both specimens were obtained without instillation of any solution into the nostrils.
    • The jelly or nose spray is put just inside your nostril on the septum.
    • I shuddered as its piercing smell shot through my nostrils and into my poor head.