the chest in which coins from the British mint are placed to be tested for weight, etc
a usually large firm chest used by a sailor for storing personal property
A tea chest is a large wooden box in which tea is packed when it is exported. People also use tea chests for putting things in when they move from one house to another.
A war chest is a fund to finance a project such as a political campaign.
a chest made of cedar, in which woolens, furs, etc. are stored for protection against moths
a cold mainly affecting the chest
Hair is the short, fine threads that grow on different parts of your body.
a voice of the lowest speaking or singing register
a young woman's collection of clothes, linen, cutlery, etc, in anticipation of marriage
a stock of merchandise, such as clothing, tobacco, etc, maintained aboard merchant ships for sale to the crew
a chamber that encloses the slide valve of a steam-engine and forms a manifold for the steam supply to the valve
a box in an organ in which air from the bellows is stored under pressure before being supplied to the pipes or reeds
a chest of drawers fitted onto another, somewhat larger one
a freezer shaped like a chest with a door that opens by lifting up
A particular height is the distance that something is above the ground or above something else mentioned .
a chest of drawers, esp., one for men's shirts, sweaters, underwear, etc.
money collected and set aside for use in a campaign, esp. a political one; a campaign fund
a device for strengthening the chest muscles, consisting of two handles attached to strong springs or elastic cords that the user pulls apart across the chest
a respiratory infection mainly affecting the chest
the lower register of the voice, in which the lower range of tones is produced
a fund raised by voluntary contribution for local welfare activities
a small chest or cupboard for storing medicines, bandages, etc
A treasure chest is a box containing treasure.
Chest compression is the act of applying pressure to someone's chest in order to help blood flow through the heart in an emergency situation .
the circumference of the trunk, measured around the middle of the chest
chest of viols:
a set of viols of different sizes, usually six in number, used in consorts
a physician who specializes in diseases affecting the organs in the chest
chest of drawers:
A chest of drawers is a low, flat piece of furniture with drawers in which you keep clothes and other things.
a metal or plastic box which contains general tools that one needs at home, for example to do repairs to one's house or car
get something off one's chest:
to unburden oneself of troubles, worries, etc, by talking about them
get something off your chest:
If you get something off your chest, you talk about something that has been worrying you.
beat your breast:
to show regret or anger very publicly about something that has gone wrong in a way that is usually not sincere
keep your cards close to your chest:
to not tell anyone about your plans or thoughts
something will put hairs on your chest:
said to mean that an alcoholic drink is very strong