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body

noun /ˈbodi/ ( plural bodies)
the whole frame of a human being or animal including the bones and flesh
cuerpo
Athletes have to look after their bodies.
a dead person
cadáver
The battlefield was covered with bodies The body of a local woman has been found in the woods.
the main part of anything
cuerpo, parte principal
the body of the hall.
a mass
conjunto, colección
The police have gathered a huge body of evidence against him.
a group of people acting as one
cuerpo
The Law Society is the professional body that represents lawyers in England and Wales.
bodily adjective of the body
corporal, físico
bodily needs bodily fluids.
bodyguard noun a guard or guards to protect (especially an important person)
guardaespaldas
the president’s bodyguard.
body language noun body movements, facial expressions etc that show what a person (really) feels or thinks
lenguaje/expresión corporal, lenguaje gestual
I could tell from his body language that he was not comfortable with the situation.
body piercing noun the practice of making a hole through a part of your body (apart from the ear lobe) in order to attach a piece of jewellery/jewelry such as a ring or stud; piercing.
Pirsin
a piece of jewellery/jewelry such as a ring or stud which is attached to part of your body by means of a specially made hole; piercing
Pirsin
He was covered in body piercings.
bodywork noun the outer casing of a car etc
carrocería
The bodywork of his new car has rusted already.
(Definition of body from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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