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anklenoun [C]

uk   us   /ˈæŋ.kl̩/
B1 the joint (= place where two bones are connected) between the foot and the leg, or the thin part of the leg just above the foot: I fell over and sprained/twisted my ankle.
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in Arabic كاحِل…
in Korean 발목…
in Malaysian buku lali…
in French cheville…
in Turkish ayak bileği…
in Italian caviglia…
in Chinese (Traditional) 踝關節, 踝…
in Russian щиколотка…
in Polish kostka…
in Vietnamese mắt cá chân…
in Spanish tobillo…
in Portuguese tornozelo…
in Thai ข้อเท้า…
in German der Knöchel…
in Catalan turmell…
in Japanese 足首, くるぶし…
in Indonesian mata kaki…
in Chinese (Simplified) 踝关节, 踝…
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