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Translation of "knuckle" - English-Spanish dictionary

knuckle

noun   /ˈnʌk·l/
one of the parts of a finger that bends nudillo
(Definition of knuckle from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

knuckle

noun /ˈnakl/
(anatomy) a joint of a finger nudillo She hit her hand against the wall and grazed her knuckles.
(Definition of knuckle from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “knuckle”
in Korean 손가락 관절…
in Arabic أَحَد مَفاصِل الأصْبَع…
in Malaysian buku jari…
in French jointure…
in Russian сустав пальца…
in Chinese (Traditional) 指節, (尤指)掌指關節…
in Italian nocca…
in Turkish parmak eklemi/boğumu…
in Polish kostka, staw…
in Vietnamese khớp đốt tay…
in Portuguese nó dos dedos…
in Thai ข้อนิ้ว…
in German der Knöchel…
in Catalan artell, nus…
in Japanese 指の関節, げんこつ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 指节, (尤指)掌指关节…
in Indonesian buku jari…
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