Definition of 'collarbone'
Example sentences containing 'collarbone'
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Police said a passenger suffered a fractured collarbone. The Sun (2016)He ended up with loads of stitches and a fractured collarbone and jaw. The Sun (2009)The incident ended with the police car hitting the motorcycle, whose 15-year-old rider was taken to hospital with a fractured collarbone. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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Used Rarely. collarbone is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'collarbone'
British English: collarbone /ˈkɒləˌbəʊn/ NOUN
Your collarbones are the two long bones which run from your throat to your shoulders.
He had a broken collarbone.
- American English: collarbone
- Arabic: عَظْمَة التَّرْقُوَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: clavícula
- Chinese: 锁骨
- Croatian: ključna kost
- Czech: klíční kost
- Danish: kraveben
- Dutch: sleutelbeen
- European Spanish: clavícula
- Finnish: solisluu
- French: clavicule
- German: Schlüsselbein
- Greek: κλείδα
- Italian: clavicola
- Japanese: 鎖骨
- Korean: 쇄골
- Norwegian: kragebein
- Polish: obojczyk
- European Portuguese: clavícula
- Romanian: claviculă
- Russian: ключица
- Spanish: clavícula
- Swedish: nyckelben
- Thai: กระดูกไหปลาร้า
- Turkish: köprücük kemiği
- Ukrainian: ключиця
- Vietnamese: xương đòn
Definition of collarbone from the Collins English Dictionary
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