05552607-n 'the part of the human torso between the neck and the diaphragm or the corresponding part in other vertebrates';
Albanian kraharor , gjoks
Arabic صدْر
Bulgarian гърди
Catalan tòrax
Chinese (simplified) 胸膛 , 胸腔 , 胸部 ,
Danish brystparti , bryst
Greek στήθος , θώρακας
English chest34 () , thorax , pectus
Basque barrunbe toraziko , papar , bular , torax
Farsi صندوق , صدر
Finnish tooraksi , rintakehä , thorax
French thorax
Galician pectus , tórax , peito
Hebrew בֵּית-הֶחָזֶה
Croatian prsni koš , toraks , prsa
Indonesian dada
Icelandic bringa , brjóstkassi
Italian costato , petto , torace
Japanese 胸倉 , 胸板 , 胸糞 , 胸部 , 胸郭 , , チェスト , 胸座 , ブレスト , 胸先 , 胸元 , 胸腔 , 胸間
Lithuanian krūtinė
Dutch borstkas , borst , torso , ribbenkast
Nynorsk bryst
Bokmål brystparti , bryst
Polish łono , pierś , tors , klatka piersiowa , gors
Portuguese seio , peito
Romanian piept , torace
Slovak hrudník
Slovene prsni koš , toraks , oprsje
Swedish bröst
Thai ทรวงอก , หน้าอก
Malaysian dada
Definitions
Romanian
Cavitate în corpul vertebratelor cuprinsă între gât și abdomen, care conține principalele organe ale sistemelor circulator și respirator
Japanese
人体の首と横隔膜の間の部分、または他の脊椎動物のそれに相当する部分
Albanian
Pjesë e përparme e trupit të njeriut dhe të kafshëve nga qafa deri te barku; pjesa e trupit ku janë vendosur mushkëritë dhe zemra; gjoks
Greek
ολόκληρος ο θώρακας και τα όργανα που περικλείει
English
the part of the human torso between the neck and the diaphragm or the corresponding part in other vertebrates
Relations
Hyponym: female_chest male_chest
Hypernym: body_part
Meronym–Part: area_of_cardiac_dullness breast chest_cavity gallbladder pectoral rib_cage sternum thoracic_aorta thoracic_vein
Holonym–Part: torso vertebrate
Semantic Field: bodyn
External Links

SUMO: ⊂ BodyPart

TempoWN: (Past: 0.000; Present: 0.133; Future: 0.000)

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