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Translation of "breast" - English-Spanish dictionary

breast

noun /brest/
(anatomy) either of a woman’s two milk-producing glands on the front of the upper body. pecho, seno, mama the front of a body between the neck and belly pecho, busto, pechuga He clutched the child to his breast This recipe needs three chicken breasts. breastbone noun (anatomy ) the long flat bone in the front of the chest which is connected to the collarbone and the first seven pairs of ribs; sternum Esternón She felt a pain behind her breastbone. breastfeed verb to feed (a baby) with milk from the breast amamantar, dar de mamar, dar la teta Be patient and learn how to breastfeed your baby. breastfed adjective amamantado Research indicates that breastfed babies are less likely to become obese children. breaststroke noun a style of swimming in which the arms are pushed out in front and then sweep backwards braza Can you do the breaststroke?
(Definition of breast from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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