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kneecapnoun [C]

 us   /ˈniˌkæp/
the round ​bone at the ​front of the ​knee
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Translations of “kneecap”
in Arabic الرضفة (عَظمة رأس الرُكبة)…
in Korean 슬개골…
in Portuguese rótula…
in Catalan ròtula…
in Japanese ひざのさら…
in Chinese (Simplified) 髌,膝盖骨…
in Turkish diz kapağı…
in Russian коленная чашечка…
in Chinese (Traditional) 髕,膝蓋骨…
in Italian rotula…
in Polish rzepka…
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