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Translation of "knee" - English-Spanish dictionary

knee

noun   /niː/
B1 the middle part of your leg where it bends rodilla a knee injury
(Definition of knee from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

knee

noun /niː/
the joint at the bend of the leg rodilla He fell and cut his knee The child sat on her father’s knee She was on her knees weeding the garden He fell on his knees and begged for mercy.
the part of an article of clothing covering this joint rodillera He has a hole in the knee of his trousers.
kneecap noun
(anatomy) the flat, round bone on the front of the knee joint. rótula
knee-deep adjective
reaching up to, or covered up to, one’s knees hasta las rodillas He ended up knee-deep in water.
(Definition of knee from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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