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tendinis

noun [C] uk   /ˈten.dɪ.nɪs/ us    // specialized
a Latin word for tendon (= a strong piece of tissue connecting a muscle to a bone), used in descriptions of body parts: Vagina tendinis is a type of membrane that covers a tendon, especially one in the hand or foot.
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