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Translation of "leg" - English-Spanish dictionary

leg

noun   /leɡ/
A1 one of the parts of the body that is used for walking pierna My legs are tired after so much walking. He broke his leg in the accident.
one of the parts that support a chair, table, etc. pata a table leg
not have a leg to stand on
to have no chance of proving that something is true no tener en qué basarse If you don’t have a witness, you don’t have a leg to stand on.
pull someone’s leg
to try to persuade someone to believe something that is not true, as a joke tomar el pelo a alguien Is it really your car or are you pulling my leg?
→  Idioms be on its last legs
(Definition of leg from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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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