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Meaning of “fist” - Learner’s Dictionary

fist

noun [C]     /fɪst/
a hand closed into a ball with the fingers and thumb curled tightly together: He banged his fist down angrily on the table.The hand
Translations of “fist”
in Arabic قَبْضة…
in Korean 주먹…
in Malaysian buku lima…
in French poing…
in Turkish yumruk…
in Italian pugno…
in Chinese (Traditional) 拳,拳頭…
in Russian кулак…
in Polish pięść…
in Vietnamese quả đấm…
in Spanish puño…
in Portuguese punho…
in Thai กำปั้น…
in German die Faust…
in Catalan puny…
in Japanese げんこつ…
in Indonesian tinju…
in Chinese (Simplified) 拳,拳头…
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