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anatomy

noun   /əˈnæt.ə.mi/
[no plural] the scientific study of the body and how its parts are arranged anatomía An understanding of human anatomy is important to a dancer. He later became professor of anatomy at Kiel.2196
the structure of an animal or plant anatomía the female anatomy the anatomy of a leaf1268
humorous a person’s body anatomía On which part of her anatomy is she tattooed?532
(Definition of anatomy from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

anatomy

noun /əˈnӕtəmi/
the science of the structure of the (usually human) body, especially the study of the body by cutting up dead animal and human bodies anatomía She is studying anatomy at university.
anatomical /ӕnəˈtomikl/ adjective
anatómico an anatomical diagram.
anatomically adverb
anatómicamente an anatomically correct model of the human brain.
anatomist noun
(medical) a person who specializes in anatomy. anatomista
(Definition of anatomy from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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