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And he complained that during his five years in office he suffered chest pains and bronchitis. The Sun (2016) Get a chest freezer in it! Times, Sunday Times (2016)Bend both legs up in front of your chest, feet off the ground. The Sun (2017)It's not an infinite treasure chest but its bounty will last for some time. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Keep your chest up and get as low as you can with all the weight in your heels to get the most from this one. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The drugs are injected into the patient's bloodstream via a drip or a plastic tube into a large chest vein. The Sun (2016)Talk about a treasure chest. The Sun (2016)He said:'She felt a sharp pain in her chest and passed out. The Sun (2016)Another example: a heart attack always causes chest pain, right? The Sun (2016)First, though, he had a song and dance number to get off his chest. The Sun (2017)She required a full chest examination and a scan. The Sun (2012)Your wife called and said you were having chest pains. Pantano, James A. (MD) Living with Angina (1991)The only additional treatment she needs is intensive care when she gets chest infections. The Sun (2008)Now it might be time to raid the treasure chest. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Most of my friends with larger chests complain theirs have gone saggy. The Sun (2013)Usually if people become ill they have to do the best they can with their medicine chest. Edward Beauclerk Maurice THE LAST OF THE GENTLEMEN ADVENTURERS: Coming of Age in the Arctic (2004)Turn torso to left and extend arms to front at chest height. The Sun (2011)She has a pain in her chest. Times, Sunday Times (2010)More little gems from that treasure chest of cultural relativism. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Invest in a neutral colour and look for extra support if you have a larger chest. The Sun (2016)Then two pieces that fit together on the back and front of your chest. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Large doses can trigger palpitations and agonising chest pains. The Sun (2008)First is if they spend too long on the daily search for the treasure chest. The Sun (2013)What are the heinous sins that reportedly caused her to give an interview to get off her chest? Times, Sunday Times (2009)We had the old combustion stoves and the smell of the coke used to get on your chest. Max Arthur Lost Voices of the Edwardians: 19011910 in the words of the Men & Women Who Were There (2006)The only thing left in the medicine chest which had not been tried were the two bottles of painkiller. Edward Beauclerk Maurice THE LAST OF THE GENTLEMEN ADVENTURERS: Coming of Age in the Arctic (2004)It looked like the sort of box that your chest freezer was delivered in but it went like a spaceship. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The lean muscles of his thighs, belly and chest were hard beneath his ivory skin. Zindell, David The Broken God (1993)My chest and belly are flooded by a buoyant, surging swell of adrenaline. Times, Sunday Times (2015)

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body, box, cupboard

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Traduções de chest

Inglês Britânico: chest /tʃɛst/ NOUN
part of body Your chest is the top part of the front of your body.
He crossed his arms over his chest.
  • Inglês Americano: chest body part
  • Árabe: صَدْر
  • Português Brasileiro: peito
  • Chinês: 胸膛
  • Croata: prsni koš
  • Tcheco: hrudník
  • Dinamarquês: brystkasse
  • Holandês: borst
  • Espanhol Europeu: pecho
  • Finlandês: rintakehä
  • Francês: poitrine
  • Alemão: Brustkorb
  • Grego: στήθος
  • Italiano: torace
  • Japonês: body part
  • Coreano: 가슴
  • Norueguês: brystkasse
  • Polonês: klatka piersiowa
  • Português Europeu: peito
  • Romeno: piept
  • Russo: грудная клетка
  • Espanhol: pecho
  • Sueco: bröst
  • Tailandês: หน้าอก
  • Turco: göğüs
  • Ucraniano: груди
  • Vietnamita: ngực
Inglês Britânico: chest /tʃɛst/ NOUN
box A chest is a large heavy box, used for storing things.
...a treasure chest.
  • Inglês Americano: chest storage
  • Árabe: صُنْدُوق
  • Português Brasileiro: baú
  • Chinês: 箱子
  • Croata: škrinja
  • Tcheco: truhla
  • Dinamarquês: kiste brystkasse
  • Holandês: kist
  • Espanhol Europeu: arcón
  • Finlandês: kirstu
  • Francês: coffre
  • Alemão: Kiste
  • Grego: μπαούλο
  • Italiano: cassapanca
  • Japonês: 収納箱 storage
  • Coreano: 대형 상자
  • Norueguês: kiste
  • Polonês: skrzynia
  • Português Europeu: baú
  • Romeno: cufăr
  • Russo: сундук
  • Espanhol: baúl
  • Sueco: skrin
  • Tailandês: หีบ ลัง กล่อง
  • Turco: sandık
  • Ucraniano: скриня
  • Vietnamita: rương, hòm

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