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    "dog's muzzle" and "dog muzzle"

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    "dog's muzzle" and "dog muzzle"

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    To my mind there's a difference between the two expressions.

    "Dog's muzzle" = is that part of the head with which the dog eats or smells. (the mouth and the nose).

    1) Is it synonym with "dog's snout" or "the dog snout" ?

    "Dog muzzle" = is that thing that people put at the " the mouth and the nose" of the dog in order to prevent the bite of somebody.

    2)Is it correct as I thought?
    AuthorKwártąk20 Jan 08, 08:37
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    Yup.
    #1AuthorWerner (236488) 20 Jan 08, 09:31
     
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