flank noun Meaning in Cambridge Learner Dictionary
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flank

noun [C]
 
 
/flæŋk/
BODY the side of the body of an animal or person from the chest to the hipsThe human torso
ARMY the side of an army when it is ready to fightParts of armies and groups of servicemen
Translations of “flank”
in Vietnamese sừờn, hông, cánh…
in Spanish costado, flanco…
in Thai สีข้าง, ด้านข้าง…
in Malaysian sisi…
in French flanc…
in German die Flanke…
in Chinese (Traditional) 身體, (動物或人體的)脅腹…
in Indonesian samping…
in Russian бок, фланг…
in Turkish böğür, yan, (ordu) yan kanat…
in Chinese (Simplified) 身体, (动物或人体的)胁腹…
in Polish bok, skrzydło…
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