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arm

noun [C]
 
 
/ɑːm/
a part of a large company or organization that is responsible for a particular activity or place: A loss on the sale of its outdoor advertising arm pre-tax profits. The German arm accounted for about 40% of materials handling. The new constitution has strengthened the legislative arm of government.
Translations of “arm”
in Korean 팔…
in Arabic ذِراع…
in French bras, accoudoir…
in Turkish kol, elbise kolu, sandalye…
in Italian braccio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 身體部位, 臂,手臂, 上肢…
in Russian рука, рукав, подлокотник…
in Polish ręka, ramię, rękaw…
in Spanish brazo…
in Portuguese braço…
in German der Arm, die Arm (lehne, …)…
in Catalan braç…
in Japanese (人間の)腕…
in Chinese (Simplified) 身体部位, 臂,手臂, 上肢…
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