bandy Definition in Cambridge British English Dictionary
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bandyadjective

uk   us   /ˈbæn.di/
(of legs) bending out at the knees: I couldn't help laughing at his bandy legs.
Translations of “bandy”
in Vietnamese (chân) vòng kiềng…
in Spanish zambo, estevado…
in Thai (ขา) โค้งออกด้านนอก…
in Malaysian pengkar…
in French arqué…
in German O-……
in Chinese (Traditional) (腿)向外彎曲的,膝內翻…
in Indonesian bengkok…
in Chinese (Simplified) (腿)向外弯曲的,罗圈的…
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