bones

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Noun: скелет человек домино

Фразы:

instep bones - плюсневые кости

ivory bones - врождённый системный остеопетроз; болезнь Альберс-Шенберга; остеопетроз

bones lace - кружево, плетённое на коклюшках

bones of lower limb - кости нижней конечности

bones of upper limb - кости верхней конечности

make no bones of the matter - смело и открыто обсуждать; не стесняться; не колебаться

make no bones of... - не церемониться с...; не колебаться в...; не стесняться

make old bones - доживать до глубокой старости; дожить до глубокой старости

pelvic bones - кости таза

piss bones - рожать

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Примеры:

Dogs' bones soon set. - Кости у собак быстро срастаются.

The two bones connect at the elbow. - Эти две кости соединяются в локте.

bones bleached white by the sun - кости, выбеленные солнцем

Hard words break no bones. посл. - Брань на вороту не виснет.

a horrible sight that chilled my bones - ужасное зрелище, от которого у меня кровь застыла в жилах

The cold pierced her bones. - Холод пробрал её до костей.

Bones so old they had crumbled to dust - Кости такие старые, что они рассыпались в прах

All that was left was a pile of bones. - Не осталось ничего, кроме груды костей.

The dissolution of flesh, skin and bones. - Разложение плоти, кожи и костей.

The disease eventually deforms the bones. - Эта болезнь со временем деформирует кости.

The patient is a referral from Dr. Bones. - Этот пациент — по направлению от доктора Бонза.

The bones will be buried in hallowed ground. - Кости будут похоронены на священной земле.

Joanna was diagnosed as having brittle bones. - Джоанна был поставлен диагноз "ломкость костей".

Some bones were hidden deep beneath the ground. - Некоторые кости были скрыты глубоко под землёй.

The bones will be reburied in consecrated ground. - Кости будут перезахоронены в освящённой земле.

Farmers still sometimes unearth human bones here. - Здесь крестьяне до сих пор иногда выкапывают человеческие останки.

The saint's bones were enshrined in the cathedral. - Мощи святого поместили в раку в кафедральном соборе.

The disease eventually causes the bones to deform. - В конце концов данное заболевание приводит к деформации костей.

You're too thin, you need some meat on your bones. - Ты слишком худой, тебе нужно нарастить мясо на костях.

А diet deficient in calcium can lead to weak bones. - Недостаток кальция в рационе приводит к хрупкости костей.

We have outlined only the bare bones of the method. - Мы обрисовали лишь самые основные черты данной системы.

These are the bones which go to form the head and trunk. - Это кости, которые формируют череп и скелет.

Your ribs are bruised, but I don't feel any broken bones. - Ваши рёбра в синяках, но я не чувствую никаких сломанных костей.

I can't tell you more than the bare bones of what happened. - Я не могу сказать вам больше, чем суть того, что произошло.

The alar bones are in reality distinct elements of the cranium. - Крыловидные кости в действительности являются отдельными элементами черепа.

The old dog was so thin that his bones showed through (his skin). - Старая собака была такой тощей, что сквозь кожу проступали кости.

The body of the glacier had melted away, but its bones were left. - Тело ледника растаяло, но его останки остались.

She has bones so brittle that a minor stumble could result in a serious break. - Её кости такие хрупкие, что малейшее спотыкание может привести к серьёзному перелому.

Scientists now believe that the bones belong to a different species of reptile. - Сейчас учёные считают, что эти кости принадлежат другому виду рептилий.

She knew that something good was sure to happen; she could feel it in her bones. - Она знала, что обязательно произойдет что-то хорошее; она чувствовала это глубоко внутри.

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Связанные термины:

bone: Your bones are the hard parts inside your body which together form your skeleton.

sawbones: a surgeon or doctor

bare-bones: The bare bones of something are its most basic parts or details .

Napier's bones: a set of graduated rods formerly used for multiplication and division

turbinate bones: the thin scroll-shaped bones situated on the walls of the nasal passages

make no bones: If you make no bones about something, you talk openly about it, rather than trying to keep it a secret .

skin and bones: a condition or state of extreme thinness, usually the result of malnutrition ; emaciation

the bare bones: the most basic parts or details of something

bone up: to study intensively

a bag of bones: a lean creature

heel bone: the largest tarsal bone, forming the heel in humans

jawbone: A jawbone is the bone in the lower jaw of a person or animal.

leg bone: a bone of the leg

long bone: any of the long, cylindrical, marrow-containing bones of the limbs

pin bone: a hip bone on a cow, horse or similar animal, that sticks out

shin bone: the inner and thicker of the two bones of the human leg between the knee and ankle

crazy bone: → funny bone

funny bone: Your funny bone is the soft part of your elbow which gives you an uncomfortable feeling on your skin if it is hit .

hyoid bone: the horseshoe-shaped bone that lies at the base of the tongue and above the thyroid cartilage or a corresponding bone or group of bones in other vertebrates

jugal bone: of or relating to the zygomatic bone

malar bone: of or relating to the cheek or cheekbone

thigh bone: the longest thickest bone of the human skeleton, articulating with the pelvis above and the knee below

feel in one's bones: to have an intuition of

make no bones about: to be direct and candid about

bone up on: If you bone up on a subject, you try to find out about it or remind yourself of what you have already learned about it.

breastbone: Your breastbone is the long, flat bone which goes from your throat to the bottom of your ribs and to which your ribs are attached.

cannon bone: a bone in the legs of horses and other hoofed animals consisting of greatly elongated fused metatarsals or metacarpals

coffin bone: the terminal phalangeal bone inside the hoof of the horse and similar animals

fetter bone: the part of a horse's foot between the fetlock and the hoof

frontal bone: the bone forming the forehead and the upper parts of the orbits . It contains several air spaces

hamate bone: a wedgelike bone on the side of the wrist connecting the wrist with the fourth and fifth metacarpals, which connect to the ring and little fingers

haunch bone: the ilium, or hipbone

marrow bone: Marrow bones are the bones of certain animals, especially cows, that contain a lot of bone marrow. They are used in cooking and in dog food .

splint bone: one of the rudimentary metacarpal or metatarsal bones in horses and similar animals, occurring on each side of the cannon bone

stirrup bone: the stapes, one of the three bones of the middle ear

capitate bone: the largest and central bone of the carpus, articulating with the second, third, and fourth metacarpal bones

cartilage bone: any bone that develops within cartilage rather than in a fibrous tissue membrane

dog and bone: a telephone

innominate bone: either of the two bones that form the sides of the pelvis, consisting of three fused components, the ilium, ischium, and pubis

membrane bone: any bone that develops within membranous tissue, such as the clavicle and bones of the skull, without cartilage formation

occipital bone: the saucer-shaped bone that forms the back part of the skull and part of its base

parietal bone: either of the two bones forming part of the roof and sides of the skull

sphenoid bone: the large butterfly-shaped compound bone at the base of the skull, containing a protective depression for the pituitary gland

splenial bone: a small bone in the lower jaw of some animals, such as reptiles and birds

temporal bone: either of two compound bones forming part of the sides and base of the skull : they surround the organs of hearing

to feel something in your bones in o's bones: If you say that you feel or know something in your bones, you are indicating that you are certain about it, although you cannot explain why.

tympanic bone: the part of the temporal bone in the mammalian skull that surrounds the auditory canal

unciform bone: a small bone of the wrist

zygomatic bone: either of two bones, one on each side of the skull, that form part of the side wall of the eye socket and part of the zygomatic arch ; cheekbone

feel something in your bones: to feel very strongly that you are right about something, although you cannot explain why

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Однокоренные слова:

bone - кость, костяк, коклюшки, костный, костяной, снимать мясо с костей
boneless - бесхарактерный