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hip

noun [C]  /hɪp/ us  

hip noun [C] (BODY PART)

the part on either side of the body where the legs are attached to the upper part of the body, or either of the joints at the pelvis (= bowl-shaped bones) where the legs are attached: Arthritis is causing pain and stiffness in your hips.

hip

adjective  /hɪp/ (-pp-) approving slang us  

hip adjective (KNOWING)

knowing a lot about what the most modern fashions are, esp. in music, social behavior, and styles of clothes
Traducciones de “hip”
en coreano 엉덩이…
en árabe وِرْك…
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…
en español cadera…
en portugués quadril…
en alemán die Hüfte, der Hüftumfang…
en catalán maluc…
en japonés 尻, ヒップ…
en chino (simplificado) 身体部位, 臀部, 髋部…
(Definition of hip from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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