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jaw

noun /dʒoː/
(anatomy) either of the two bones of the mouth in which the teeth are set
maxilar
the upper/lower jaw His jaw was broken in the fight.
(in plural ) the mouth (especially of an animal)
mandíbula
The crocodile’s jaws opened wide.
jawbone noun (anatomy) one of the bones of the jaw, especially of the lower jaw
mandíbula
a fractuired jawbone.
Translations of “jaw”
in Korean 턱…
in Arabic فَكّ…
in French mâchoire, mâchoires, gueule…
in Italian mandibola, mascella…
in Chinese (Traditional) 身體部位, 下頜,下巴, 頜…
in Russian челюсть…
in Turkish çene…
in Polish szczęka…
in Portuguese mandíbula, maxilar…
in German der Kiefer, das Maul…
in Catalan mandíbula…
in Japanese あご…
in Chinese (Simplified) 身体部位, 下颌,下巴, 颌…
(Definition of jaw from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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