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scapula

noun [C] uk   /ˈskæp.jʊ.lə/ ( plural scapulae /ˈskæp.jʊ.liː/ or scapulas) specialized us  
Translations of “scapula”
in Spanish Omoplato, Escapula…
in Korean 어깨뼈…
in Arabic عَظم الكَتِف…
in Portuguese escápula…
in Catalan omòplat…
in Japanese 肩甲骨…
in Italian scapola…
in Chinese (Traditional) 肩胛骨…
in Chinese (Simplified) 肩胛骨…
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