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  1. chest

    • IPA[tʃɛst]

    英式

    • n.
      the front surface of a person's or animal's body between the neck and the stomach;the whole of a person's upper trunk, especially as considered with reference to their respiratory health or to their size of clothes
    • v.
      propel (the ball) by means of one's chest
    • noun: chest, plural noun: chests

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    • 片語
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. the front surface of a person's or animal's body between the neck and the stomach:

      she crossed her arms across her chest

      he was very well built, with a muscular chest

    • 2. the whole of a person's upper trunk, especially as considered with reference to their respiratory health or to their size of clothes:

      a bad chest

      a 42-inch chest

    • 3. a large strong box, typically made of wood and used for storage or transport:

      an oak chest

    • 4. a small cabinet for medicines, toiletries, etc.:

      the medicine chest

    • 5. the treasury or financial resources of some institutions:

      the university chest

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. propel (the ball) by means of one's chest:

      he chested the ball down

    • n. a reserve of funds used for fighting a war.

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    • adj.
      submerged to or reaching as high as the chest:
    • at one point there was chest-deep fresh snow

      one young woman waded through water that was chest-deep

    • adv.
      so as to reach or submerge the chest:
    • she sank chest-deep in mud

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    • n.
      a gesture of greeting or celebration in which two people jump and push their chests together:
    • a celebratory chest bump from the team's coach
    • v.
      greet or celebrate with (someone) by jumping and pushing one's chest against theirs:
    • he went to chest-bump a teammate

      they chest-bumped and high-fived

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    • n. a reserve of funds used for fighting a war.

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    • n.
      a gesture of greeting or celebration in which two people jump and push their chests together:
    • a celebratory chest bump from the team's coach
    • v.
      greet or celebrate with (someone) by jumping and pushing one's chest against theirs:
    • he went to chest-bump a teammate

      they chest-bumped and high-fived

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    • adj.
      submerged to or reaching as high as the chest:
    • at one point there was chest-deep fresh snow

      one young woman waded through water that was chest-deep

    • adv.
      so as to reach or submerge the chest:
    • she sank chest-deep in mud

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    • n. a chest containing household linen and clothing stored by a woman in preparation for her marriage:

    • she was embroidering dish towels for Rosette's hope chest

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    • n. a catch, from a long kick, in which the ball is gathered into the chest:

    • then he takes a good chest mark 50m out from goal

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    • IPA[CHest]

    美式

    • n.
      the front surface of a person's or animal's body between the neck and the abdomen.

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