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Spanish translation of “leg”

leg

noun /leɡ/
one of the limbs by which animals and man walk
pierna
The horse injured a front leg She stood on one leg.
the part of an article of clothing that covers one of these limbs closely
pernera
He has torn the leg of his trousers.
a long, narrow support of a table etc
pata
One of the legs of the chair was broken.
one stage in a journey, competition etc
etapa
the last leg of the trip the second leg of the contest.
-legged /leɡid/
de … piernas/patas
a long-legged girl a four-legged animal.
pull someone’s leg (informal) to try as a joke to make someone believe something which is not true
tomar el pelo a alguien
You haven’t really got a black mark on your face – he’s only pulling your leg.
(Definition of leg from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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