cutting of teeth [med.] - die Dentition [fachsprachlich]
cutting of teeth [med.] - der Zahndurchbruch
cutting of teeth [med.] - das Zahnen
to cut one's teeth - Zähne bekommen
to cut teeth [tech.] - verzahnen
to cut teeth [tech.] - Zähne schneiden related discussion: cut his teethrelated discussion: to cut one's teeth at sth. (institution, Plac...related discussion: I am cutting my teeth [coll.]related discussion: to cut one's teeth on sth.related discussion: I cut my teeth on
cf.related discussion: to win one's spurs - sich die Sporen verdienen
• Obama cut his political teeth in the traditionally corruption-ridden world of Chicago politics.
• Perhaps Fallon can take heart in the knowledge that, like O'Brien, he cut his performance teeth as a member of the Groundlings, the Los Angeles-based Improv troupe.
• Any Boomer, Gen. X-er or millennial who cut their teeth on "Sesame Street" and "The Muppet Show" will recognize caricatures of their favorites.
• We had cut our teeth with all these songs, listened to them religiously in the studio during the mixing and mastering processes and overall were very in tune with the album tracks.
• As a result, Mr. Dennis cut his teeth as a hospitality industry consultant after attending Cornell University's School of Hotel Management rather than signing on with his dad
• It is not a time for beginners to cut their teeth.
• Now Abrams has turned his talents to Hollywood, cutting his teeth on Mission: Impossible III before turning to Star Trek, due in 2008
• American student reporters cutting their teeth on crime beats and city hall debates rarely worry about their personal safety or stories becoming explosive political footballs
• Mellencamp ... cut his teeth on American garage bands of the 1960s, and it showed in his music
• He cut his political teeth at the knee of Miami's most revered and uncompromising Cuban-American leader, Jorge Mas Canosa, before heading a state agency that deregulated Florida's telephone industry.
• Politicians who had cut their teeth on free-market principles couldn't accept the idea that the federal government should back up the banks who had foolishly bet everything on the housing bubble
• Bringing in an experienced manager is something different for the Brewers, who have more often than not been a place for skippers to cut their teeth
• it wouldn't have happened without the star power of Hornaday, who cut his teeth at OSS in the late 1980s and early 1990s before making the jump to NASCAR's fledgling truck series
• Ahtisaari cut his diplomatic teeth in Africa, where he was appointed Finland's ambassador to Tanzania in 1973, at the age of 36, before beginning his UN work in Namibia in 1977http://corpora.informatik.uni-leipzig.de/cgi-...
Random House unabridged:
tooth - ... 13. cut one's teeth on - to do at the beginning of one's education, career, etc., or in one's youth - The hunter boasted of having cut his teeth on tigers.
cut - ...
to cut a tooth - zahnen, einen Zahn bekommen;
to cut one's teeth on sth. (fig) - sich (dat) die (ersten) Sporen mit /or/ an etw (dat) verdienen