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Translation of "elbow" - English-Spanish dictionary

elbow

noun   /ˈel·bəʊ/
B1 the part in the middle of your arm where it bends codo
verb   /ˈel·bəʊ/
to push someone with your elbow, especially so you can move past them dar un codazo a, abrirse paso a codazos He elbowed his way through the crowds of shoppers.
(Definition of elbow from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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.
(Definition of elbow from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “elbow”
in Korean 팔꿈치…
in Arabic مِرْفَق, كوع…
in Malaysian siku…
in French coude…
in Russian локоть…
in Chinese (Traditional) 肘, (衣服的)肘部…
in Italian gomito…
in Turkish dirsek…
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 Chinese (Simplified) 肘, (衣服的)肘部…
in Indonesian siku…
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