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Translation of "chest" - English-Spanish dictionary

chest

noun   /tʃest/
the front of your body between your neck and your stomach pecho
a big wooden box for keeping things in baúl
(Definition of chest from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

chest

noun /tʃest/
the part of the body between the neck and waist, containing the heart and the lungs pecho He was complaining of a severe pain in his chest.
get something off one’s chest
to tell the truth about something that is worrying one quitarse un peso de encima I could tell that there was something she wanted to get off her chest.
(Definition of chest from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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