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muscle

noun (BODY PART) 身体部份     /ˈmʌs.l̩/
[C or U] one of many tissues in the body that can tighten and relax to produce movement 肌肉 neck/back/leg/stomach muscles 颈/背/腿/胃部肌肉 facial muscles 脸部肌肉 bulging/rippling (= large and clear to see) muscles 鼓起的肌肉 He flexed his muscles (= tightened, especially his arm muscles, to make them look large and strong) so that everyone could admire them. 他将肌肉紧绷起来,这样大家就能欣赏到他的肌肉块。 These exercises build muscle and increase stamina. 这些运动能强健肌肉、增加体力。 a muscle spasm (= a sudden uncontrollable tightening movement) 肌肉痉挛 Substances and structures in the body
pull a muscle
to injure a muscle by stretching it too far so that it is very painful 拉伤肌肉 Russell pulled a back muscle early in the game. 比赛开始没多久拉塞尔就拉伤了背部肌肉。 Injuring and injuries
Translations of “muscle”
in Arabic عَضَلة…
in Korean 근육…
in Malaysian otot…
in French muscle…
in Turkish kas, adele, güç…
in Italian muscolo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 身體部分, 肌肉…
in Russian мышца, мускул, влияние…
in Polish mięsień, wpływy…
in Vietnamese cơ bắp…
in Spanish músculo…
in Portuguese músculo…
in Thai กล้ามเนื้อ…
in German der Muskel…
in Catalan múscul…
in Japanese 筋肉…
in Indonesian otot…
(Definition of muscle noun (BODY PART) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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