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Translation of "joint" - English-Spanish dictionary

joint

noun /dʒoint/
the place where two or more things join junta, juntura, unión The plumber tightened up all the joints in the pipes. a part of the body where two bones meet but are able to move in the manner of eg a hinge articulación The shoulders, elbows, wrists, hips, knees, and ankles are joints. a piece of meat for cooking containing a bone corte de carne para asar a joint of meat A leg of mutton is a fairly large joint. jointed adjective having (especially movable) joints articulado a jointed doll. (of an animal etc for cooking) divided into joints or pieces cortado a piezas, descuartizado a jointed chicken. jointly adverb together conjuntamente They worked jointly on this book. out of joint (of a limb etc) not in the correct place; dislocated dislocado He put his shoulder out of joint when he moved the wardrobe. see also join.
(Definition of joint from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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