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knee

noun [C] uk   /niː/ us  
B1 the middle joint of the leg, which allows it to bend: The baby was crawling around on its hands and knees. He got/went down on his knees (= got into a position where his knees were on the ground) in front of the altar. She took the child and sat it on her knee (= on the part of the leg above the knee when sitting down). the part of a piece of clothing that covers the knee: She was wearing an old pair of trousers with rips at the knees.
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knee

verb [T] uk   /niː/ us  
to hit someone with your knee: She kneed him in the groin.
Traducciones de “knee”
en coreano 무릎…
en árabe رُكْبة…
en francés genou…
en turco diz, pantolonun diz kısmı…
en italiano ginocchio…
en chino (tradicionál) 膝,膝蓋, (褲子的)膝部…
en ruso колено, колено (брюк)…
en polaco kolano…
en español rodilla, rodillera…
en portugués joelho…
en alemán das Knie, das Knie(-stück)…
en catalán genoll…
en japonés ひざ…
en chino (simplificado) 膝,膝盖, (裤子的)膝部…
(Definition of knee from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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