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hipnoun [C]

uk   us   /hɪp/

hip noun [C] (BODY PART)

B2 the area below the waist and above the legs at either side of the body, or the joint which connects the leg to the upper part of the body: This exercise is designed to trim your hips and stomach. The skirt was a bit tight across the hips.
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hip noun [C] (FRUIT)

mainly UK a rose hip

hipadjective

uk   us   /hɪp/ (hipper, hippest) informal
fashionable: The bars in the old part of the town are frequented by hip young students.

hipexclamation

uk   us   /hɪp/
hip, hip, hooray/hurray! an expression that is called out, often by a group of people at the same time, to express approval of someone: Three cheers for the bride and groom! Hip, hip, hooray!
Traducciones de “hip”
en árabe وِرْك…
en coreano 엉덩이…
in Malaysian pinggul…
en francés hanche, tour de hanches…
en turco kalça…
en italiano anca…
en chino (tradicionál) 身體部位, 臀部, 髖部…
en ruso бедро…
en polaco biodro…
in Vietnamese hông, vòng eo…
en español cadera…
en portugués quadril…
in Thai สะโพก, ส่วนสะโพกและก้น…
en alemán die Hüfte, der Hüftumfang…
en catalán maluc…
en japonés 尻, ヒップ…
in Indonesian pinggul, lingkar pinggul…
en chino (simplificado) 身体部位, 臀部, 髋部…
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