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elbow

noun /ˈelbəu/
the joint where the arm bends
codo
He leant forward on his elbows.
elbow room noun space enough for doing something
espacio
Get out of my way and give me some elbow-room!
at one’s elbow close to one
a mano
The journalist always works with a dictionary at his elbow.
Translations of “elbow”
in Arabic مِرْفَق, كوع…
in Korean 팔꿈치…
in Malaysian siku…
in French coude…
in Turkish dirsek…
in Italian gomito…
in Chinese (Traditional) 肘, (衣服的)肘部…
in Russian локоть…
in Polish łokieć…
in Vietnamese khuỷu tay…
in Portuguese cotovelo…
in Thai ศอก…
in German der Ellbogen…
in Catalan colze…
in Japanese ひじ…
in Indonesian siku…
in Chinese (Simplified) 肘, (衣服的)肘部…
(Definition of elbow from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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