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French-English translation for: [os]
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Dictionary French English: [os]

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French English
rongé {adj} {past-p} [os]gnawed off
saillant {adj} [os, mâchoire]prominent
Verbs
casser qc. [objet, os]
2
to break sth.
méd. déplacer qc. [os]to dislocate sth.
anat. saillir [menton, os, front]to protrude
Nouns
anat. astragale {m} [Os trigonum, Astragalus]anklebone
anat. astragale {m} [Os trigonum, Astragalus]astragalus
anat. astragale {m} [Os trigonum, Astragalus]talus
anat. astragale {m} [Os trigonum, Astragalus]ankle bone
MédVét. zool. baculum {m} [Os penis]penile bone
MédVét. zool. baculum {m} [Os penis]penis bone
anat. pubis {m} [os]pubis
2 Words
anat. s'articuler à qc. [os]to articulate with sth. [bone]
anat. s'articuler avec qc. [os]to articulate with sth. [bone]
se briser [vitre, os]to break
anat. méd. se rejoindre [os]to grow together [bones]
méd. se ressouder [os]to knit (together)
anat. os {m} frontal [Os frontale]frontal bone
anat. os {m} hamatum [Os hamatum, Os carpale quartum]hamate (bone)
anat. os {m} hamatum [Os hamatum, Os carpale quartum]unciform (bone)
anat. os {m} hyoïde [Os hyoideum]hyoid (bone)
anat. os {m} hyoïde [Os hyoideum]lingual bone
anat. os {m} hyoïde [Os hyoideum]tongue bone
anat. os {m} occipital [Os occipitale]occipital bone
anat. zool. os {m} pariétal [Os parietale]parietal bone
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