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rib

noun /rib/
(anatomy) any one of the bones which curve round and forward from the backbone, enclosing the heart and lungs
costilla
She suffered a broken rib in the accident.
one of the curved pieces of wood which are joined to the keel to form the framework of a boat.
cuaderna
a vertical raised strip in eg knitted material, or the pattern formed by a row of these.
nervadura
any of a number of things similar in shape, use etc to a rib, eg one of the supports for the fabric of an aeroplane wing or of an umbrella.
nervadura; varilla (paraguas)
ribbed adjective having ribs
de canalé, acanalado
a ribbed pattern.
ribbing noun a pattern or arrangement of ribs.
nervaduras
rib cage noun (anatomy) the frame of curved bones (= ribs) that surrounds the chest and protects it.
Caja Torácica
Translations of “rib”
in Korean 갈비뼈…
in Arabic ضِلْع…
in French côte, membrure, nervure…
in Italian costola…
in Chinese (Traditional) 骨頭, 肋骨, 排骨(肉)…
in Russian ребро…
in Turkish kaburga kemiği, kaburga…
in Polish żebro…
in Portuguese costela…
in German die Rippe, linke Masche…
in Catalan costella…
in Japanese 肋骨, あばら骨…
in Chinese (Simplified) 骨头, 肋骨, 排骨(肉)…
(Definition of rib from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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