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wrist

noun   /rɪst/
the part of your body between your hand and your arm muñeca
(Definition of wrist from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

wrist

noun /rist/
(anatomy) the (part of the arm at the) joint between hand and forearm muñeca I can’t play tennis – I’ve hurt my wrist.
wrist-watch /-lit-/ nouns ( wristlet-watch)
a watch worn on the wrist. reloj de muñeca
(Definition of wrist from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “wrist”
in Korean 손목…
in Arabic مِعْصَم…
in Malaysian pergelangan tangan…
in French poignet…
in Russian запястье…
in Chinese (Traditional) 手腕, 腕關節…
in Italian polso…
in Turkish bilek…
in Polish nadgarstek…
in Vietnamese cổ tay…
in Portuguese pulso…
in Thai ข้อมือ…
in German das Handgelenk…
in Catalan canell…
in Japanese 手首…
in Chinese (Simplified) 手腕, 腕关节…
in Indonesian pergelangan tangan…
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