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noun /lim/
an arm or leg
an artificial limb (also adjective) a limb injury.
a branch.
out on a limb on one’s own and in a dangerous or disadvantageous position
en peligro
He’s out on a limb as regards this issue – not many people are going to support his extreme position.
Translations of “limb”
in Korean 사지…
in Arabic طَرَف…
in French membre, (grosse) branche…
in Italian arto, membro…
in Chinese (Traditional) 肢體, 樹枝,樹杈…
in Russian конечность (рука или нога), ветка, сук…
in Turkish kol bacak, ana dal, büyük dal…
in Polish kończyna, konar…
in Portuguese membro…
in German das Körperglied, der Ast…
in Catalan membre…
in Japanese (人の)手足…
in Chinese (Simplified) 肢体, 树枝,树杈…
(Definition of limb from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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