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Meaning of “shin” - Learner’s Dictionary

shin

noun [C]     /ʃɪn/
the front part of a leg between the knee and the foot The leg
Translations of “shin”
in Arabic قَصَبة السّاق…
in Korean 정강이…
in Malaysian tulang kering…
in French le devant du tibia…
in Turkish incik kemiği, kaval kemiği…
in Italian stinco…
in Chinese (Traditional) 脛,脛部, 牛的小腿肉…
in Russian голень…
in Polish goleń…
in Vietnamese xương ống chân…
in Spanish espinilla…
in Portuguese canela…
in Thai หน้าแข้ง…
in German das Schienenbein…
in Catalan canyella…
in Japanese 向こうずね, すね…
in Indonesian tulang kering…
in Chinese (Simplified) 胫,胫部, 牛的小腿肉…
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