Definition of 'pelvic'
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The dual Group 1 winner has been out with a pelvic injury. The Sun (2016)But it's a subject which needs to be taken seriously - especially as men also have a pelvic floor and can suffer the same problems as women. The Sun (2016)He had a lot of aches and pains round the pelvic area. The Sun (2014)You have to lose any fat you gained and firm up the pelvic floor and abdomen. The Sun (2012)But now he has said he will go ahead with the pelvic thrusts anyway. The Sun (2011)He underwent a bone scan yesterday amid fears he had suffered a fracture or pelvic injury. The Sun (2014)Work your inner thighs and pelvic floor with this exercise. Times, Sunday Times (2012)But an angry crowd objected to their pelvic thrusts and called in cops. The Sun (2013)Strong pelvic floor muscles also help you to have an easier delivery. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Extra weight and pressure can also weaken the pelvic floor muscles and damage the bladder nerves. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Could the road running be damaging my pelvic floor? The Sun (2013)The defender had an injection in an attempt to speed up his recovery but the problem in his pelvic bone is not straightforward. Times, Sunday Times (2006)These include persistent pelvic or abdominal pain, increased abdominal size or bloating and difficulty eating. The Sun (2011)Is it four pelvic thrusts that earns you that rating, or three? Times, Sunday Times (2007)He has woozy moments and low-grade pelvic pain. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The Hungarian has a pelvic problem. The Sun (2006)He had spent most of his childhood in and out of hospital after a diseased pelvic bone left him with one leg shorter than the other. The Sun (2008)The England defender has missed 12 games with a pelvic injury. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Out of action since March 22 with a pelvic problem and yet to resume full training. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Most of my pre-match build-up involved a pelvic injury. The Sun (2008)
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Translations for 'pelvic'
British English: pelvic ADJECTIVE
Pelvic means near or relating to your pelvis.
...an inflammation of the pelvic region.
Definition of pelvic from the Collins English Dictionary
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