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thumb

noun /θam/
the short thick finger of the hand, set at a different angle from the other four
pulgar
The baby is sucking its thumb.
the part of a glove or mitten covering this finger.
pulgar
thumbnail noun the nail on the thumb.
uña del pulgar
thumbprint noun a mark made by pressing the thumb on to a surface, sometimes used as means of identification.
impresión del pulgar
thumbs-up noun a sign expressing a wish for good luck, success etc
cruzar los dedos, levantar el pulgar
He gave me the thumbs-up.
thumbtack noun ( American) a drawing-pin
chincheta
She hung the picture on the wall with thumbtacks.
under someone’s thumb controlled or greatly influenced by someone
estar dominado por, estar en las manos de alguien
She is completely under her husband’s thumb.
Translations of “thumb”
in Arabic إبْهام…
in Korean 엄지 손가락…
in Malaysian ibu jari…
in French pouce…
in Turkish baş parmak…
in Italian pollice…
in Chinese (Traditional) 拇指…
in Russian большой палец…
in Polish kciuk…
in Vietnamese ngón tay cái, phần của găng tay bọc ngón tay cái…
in Portuguese polegar…
in Thai นิ้วหัวแม่มือ, ถุงมือที่ปิดนิ้วหัวแม่มือ…
in German der Daumen…
in Catalan polze…
in Japanese 親指…
in Indonesian ibujari…
in Chinese (Simplified) 拇指…
(Definition of thumb from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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