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thighnoun [C]

 us   /θɑɪ/
the ​part of a person’s ​leg below the ​hip and above the ​knee
(Definition of thigh from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “thigh”
in Korean 허벅지…
in Arabic فَخْذ…
in Malaysian paha…
in French cuisse…
in Russian бедро…
in Chinese (Traditional) 股, 大腿…
in Italian coscia…
in Turkish uyluk, but…
in Polish udo…
in Spanish muslo…
in Vietnamese đùi…
in Portuguese coxa…
in Thai ต้นขา…
in German der Oberschenkel…
in Catalan cuixa…
in Japanese 太もも, 大腿部…
in Chinese (Simplified) 股, 大腿…
in Indonesian paha…
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