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skeleton

noun   /ˈskel·ɪ·tən/
the structure made of all the bones in the body of a person or animal esqueleto the skeleton of a dog
have a skeleton in the cupboard
to have an embarrassing or unpleasant secret about something that happened in the past tener trapos sucios Most people have a few skeletons in the cupboard.
have a skeleton in the closet
to have an embarrassing or unpleasant secret about something that happened in the past tener trapos sucios Most people have a few skeletons in the closet.
(Definition of skeleton from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

skeleton

noun /ˈskelitn/
the bony framework of an animal or person esqueleto The archaeologists dug up the skeleton of a dinosaur.
any framework or outline esqueleto, armazón the steel skeleton of a building.
skeletal adjective
relating to the skeleton of a human being or an animal Esqueletico Low water levels at Lake Eufaula exposed the skeletal remains of two people.
(of a person or a body part) extremely thin so that bones are visible through the skin Esqueletico the skeletal appearance of victims in the last stages of the disease.
consisting only of basic details or existing only in a basic form Planes Basicos skeletal plans for restructuring the company.
skeleton key noun
a key which can open many different locks llave maestra The maids have a skeleton key so that they can get into all the hotel rooms to clean them.
(Definition of skeleton from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “skeleton”
in Korean 뼈대, 골격…
in Arabic هَيْكَل عَظْمي…
in Malaysian rangka…
in French squelette, charpente…
in Russian скелет…
in Chinese (Traditional) 骨骼,骨架, 框架, 架構…
in Italian scheletro…
in Turkish iskelet…
in Polish szkielet…
in Vietnamese bộ xương, khung, sườn…
in Portuguese esqueleto…
in Thai โครงกระดูก, โครงสร้าง…
in German das Skelett…
in Catalan esquelet…
in Japanese がい骨, 骨格…
in Chinese (Simplified) 骨骼,骨架, 框架, 梗概,纲要…
in Indonesian tulang kerangka, kerangka…
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