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shoulder bladenoun [C]

us   /ˈʃoʊl·dər ˌbleɪd/
either of the two large, flat bones on the upper part of the back
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Translations of “shoulder blade”
in Arabic عَظم الكَتِف…
in Korean 어깨뼈…
in Portuguese omoplata…
in Catalan omòplat…
in Japanese 肩甲骨…
in Chinese (Simplified) 肩胛骨…
in Turkish kürek kemiği…
in Russian лопатка…
in Chinese (Traditional) 肩胛骨…
in Italian scapola…
in Polish łopatka…
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