Definition of 'rib'
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It feels like a gorilla is playing the drums in my rib cage. Times, Sunday Times (2017)The other reason for the popularity of short ribs is price. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Season the beef rib with salt and pepper and place in the hot pan. Times, Sunday Times (2007)She was rushed to hospital with fractured ribs and a damaged lung. The Sun (2013)She fractured three ribs through coughing so much. The Sun (2012)An awkward rib of rock divided the lake in two. Caves and Cave Life (1993)One possibility is inflammation of the muscles attached to your rib cage. The Sun (2016)The beef short ribs there are a sensation. The Sun (2014)An epic performance from a man with two fractured ribs. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Make sure your rib cage is moving and not just your elbows. The Sun (2009)Season the short ribs and add to the pan. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Make sure you tuck into some spare Rib in the first race. The Sun (2016)He escaped with fractured ribs, cuts and bruises. The Sun (2006)The mighty steak is aged for 14 and sold with the rib bone intact for enhanced flavour. The Sun (2016)We might do braised beef short rib, dressed cauliflower or cod cakes in a spicy tomato sauce. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We're wearing ours with straight cords, a ribbed knit and a textured tweed jacket. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It's perfect for glazing sticky ribs, chicken wings and veggie skewers before cooking them on the hot coals. The Sun (2016)For day, you can layer it with knits and ribbed grey woolly tights - a key trend for legs this winter. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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Translations for 'rib'
British English: rib /rɪb/ NOUN
Your ribs are the curved bones that go from your backbone around your chest.
Her heart was thumping against her ribs.
- American English: rib
- Arabic: ضِلْع
- Brazilian Portuguese: costela
- Chinese: 肋骨
- Croatian: rebro
- Czech: žebro
- Danish: ribben
- Dutch: rib
- European Spanish: costilla
- Finnish: kylkiluu
- French: côte
- German: Rippe
- Greek: παΐδι
- Italian: costola
- Japanese: 肋骨
- Korean: 늑골
- Norwegian: ribbe
- Polish: żebro
- European Portuguese: costela
- Romanian: coastă
- Russian: ребро
- Spanish: costilla
- Swedish: revben
- Thai: ซี่โครง
- Turkish: kaburga
- Ukrainian: ребро
- Vietnamese: xương sườn
Definition of rib from the Collins English Dictionary
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