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metatarsal

noun [C] uk   /ˌmet.əˈtɑː.səl/ us    /ˌmet̬.əˈtɑːr-/ specialized
one of the bones in your foot between your ankle and your toes
Translations of “metatarsal”
in Chinese (Traditional) (位於腳踝與腳趾間的)蹠骨…
in Chinese (Simplified) (位于脚踝与脚趾间)跖骨…
(Definition of metatarsal from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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