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thorax

noun /( British ) ˈθoːræks; ( American) ˈθoːræks, ˈθouræks/ ( plural thoraxes, thoraces)
( anatomy) (of a human or other mammal) the part of the body between the neck and the abdomen that is enclosed by the ribs.
Torax
( biology) the middle part of an insect’s body between the head and the abdomen, to which the legs and wings are attached.
Torax
thoracic adjective
Toracica
Translations of “thorax”
in Chinese (Traditional) (人的)胸,胸廓, (昆蟲的)胸,胸部…
in Chinese (Simplified) (人的)胸,胸廓, (昆虫的)胸,胸部…
(Definition of thorax from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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