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Dictionary French English: bone

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NOUN1   a bone | bones
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NOUN2   bone [material] | -
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VERB  to bone | boned | boned ... 
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méd. osseux {adj}bone [attr.]
Verbs
cuis. désosser qc.to bone sth. [meat]
Nouns
anat. cuis. os {m}
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bone
cuis. ichtyo. arête {f} [de poisson]bone [of fish]
2 Words: Others
flemmard {adj} [fam.] [péj.]bone idle [Br.] [coll.] [pej.]
borné {adj} {past-p}bone-headed [coll.]
buté {adj} {past-p}bone-headed [coll.]
éreinté {adj}bone-weary
2 Words: Nouns
anat. moelle {f} osseuse [Medulla ossium](bone) marrow
anat. astragale {m} [Os trigonum, Astragalus]ankle bone
méd. cancer {m} des osbone cancer
matériel porcelaine {f} à l'osbone china
anat. TechMéd. densitométrie {f} osseusebone densitometry
anat. méd. fracture {f}bone fracture
anat. esquille {f} osseusebone fragment
méd. métastase {f} osseusebone metastasis
anat. méd. occup. bailleul {m}bone setter [person]
anat. esquille {f} osseusebone splinter
biol. géol. hist. guerre {f} des os [années 1870]Bone Wars [also: Great Dinosaur Rush]
anat. sternum {m}breast bone
anat. clavicule {f} [Clavicula]collar bone
anat. coudée {f}elbow bone [Ulna] [ulna]
ichtyo. arête {f} de poissonfish bone
anat. os {m} frontal [Os frontale]frontal bone
anat. épicondyle {m} médialfunny bone
anat. petit juif {m} [fam.] [expression souvent considérée comme inappropriée] [épicondyle médial]funny bone
anat. os {m} hamatum [Os hamatum, Os carpale quartum]hamate (bone)
anat. calcanéum {m} [calcanéus]heel bone
anat. calcanéus {m}heel bone
anat. os {m} hyoïde [Os hyoideum]hyoid (bone)
anat. os {m} lamellairelamellar bone
anat. os {m} hyoïde [Os hyoideum]lingual bone
anat. os {m} occipital [Os occipitale]occipital bone
anat. zool. os {m} pariétal [Os parietale]parietal bone
anat. os {m} pelvienpelvic bone
MédVét. zool. baculum {m} [Os penis]penile bone
MédVét. zool. baculum {m} [Os penis]penis bone
anat. os {m} hyoïde [Os hyoideum]tongue bone
anat. os {m} hamatum [Os hamatum, Os carpale quartum]unciform (bone)
3 Words: Verbs
avoir les côtes en long [loc.]to be bone idle [Br.] [idiom]
être paresseux comme une couleuvreto be bone idle [coll.] [Br.]
avoir un poil dans le main [fam.] [loc.]to be bone idle [coll.] [idiom]
avoir les côtes en long [loc.]to be bone-idle [Br.] [idiom]
cuis. ichtyo. retirer les arêtes d'un poissonto bone a fish
3 Words: Nouns
anat. méd. maladie {f} des os de verreavian bone syndrome
anat. TechMéd. densitométrie {f} osseusebone density measurement <BDM>
point {m} de litige [général]bone of contention
brandon {m} de discorde [loc.]bone of contention [idiom]
pomme {f} de discorde [loc.]bone of contention [idiom]
anat. méd. greffe {f} de moelle osseusebone-marrow transplant
anat. méd. maladie {f} des os de verrebrittle-bone disease
4 Words: Others
maigre comme un clou {adj} [loc.]all skin and bone [idiom]
transi de froid {adj} {past-p}chilled to the bone
4 Words: Verbs
glacer qn. [fig.]to chill sb. to the bone [fig.]
4 Words: Nouns
alim. chim. phosphate {m} tricalcique [Ca3(PO4)2] [E-341]bone phosphate of lime
alim. chim. phosphate {m} de calcium [Ca3(PO4)2] [E-341]bone phosphate of lime
alim. chim. phosphate {m} de calcium tribasique [Ca3(PO4)2] [E-341]bone phosphate of lime
alim. chim. phosphate {m} de chaux osseuse [Ca3(PO4)2] [E-341]bone phosphate of lime
cuis. jambon {m} à l'osham on the bone
occup. chiffonnier {m}rag-and-bone man [Br.]
5+ Words: Verbs
être frigorifié [loc.]to be chilled to the bone [idiom]
méd. avoir un os en travers de la gorgeto have a bone stuck in one's throat
avoir un compte à régler avec qn. [loc.]to have a bone to pick with sb. [idiom]
5+ Words: Nouns
anat. audio osselet {m} (de l'oreille) [Ossicula auditus]small bone of the ear
anat. écaille {f} de l'os frontalsquamous part of the frontal bone
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