collarbone


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col·lar·bone

 (kŏl′ər-bōn′)
n.

collarbone

(ˈkɒləˌbəʊn)
n
(Anatomy) the nontechnical name for clavicle

col•lar•bone

(ˈkɒl ərˌboʊn)

n.
the clavicle.
[1605–15]

col·lar·bone

(kŏl′ər-bōn′)
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.collarbone - bone linking the scapula and sternumcollarbone - bone linking the scapula and sternum
bone, os - rigid connective tissue that makes up the skeleton of vertebrates
arteria subclavia, subclavian artery - either of two arteries that supply blood to the neck and arms
endoskeleton - the internal skeleton; bony and cartilaginous structure (especially of vertebrates)

collarbone

noun
Related words
technical name clavicle
Translations
klíční kost
kraveben
solisluu
ključna kost
kulcscsont
viðbein
鎖骨
쇄골
ključnica
nyckelben
กระดูกไหปลาร้า
xương đòn

collarbone

[ˈkɒləbəʊn] Nclavícula f

collarbone

[ˈkɒlərbəʊn] nclavicule f
I broke my collarbone → Je me suis cassé la clavicule.

collarbone

collarbone

[ˈkɒləˌbəʊn] nclavicola

collarbone

عَظْمَة التَّرْقُوَة klíční kost kraveben Schlüsselbein κλείδα clavícula solisluu clavicule ključna kost clavicola 鎖骨 쇄골 sleutelbeen kragebein obojczyk clavícula ключица nyckelben กระดูกไหปลาร้า köprücük kemiği xương đòn 锁骨

collarbone

n. clavícula.

collarbone

n (fam) clavícula
References in classic literature ?
The evenin' papers gave the score: nose broken, three bad scalp wounds, front teeth out, a broken collarbone, an' two broken ribs.
The sight of these bearded peasants at work on the battlefield, with their queer, clumsy boots and perspiring necks, and their shirts opening from the left toward the middle, unfastened, exposing their sunburned collarbones, impressed Pierre more strongly with the solemnity and importance of the moment than anything he had yet seen or heard.
He is best remembered for playing through Liverpool's extra-time win against Leeds in the 1965 FA Cup final after breaking his collarbone in a seventh-minute challenge with Leeds midfielder Bobby Collins.
He is best remembered for playing through Liverpool's win against Leeds in the 1965 final after breaking his collarbone.
A MAN sustained a head injury and fractured collarbone after falling from a motorbike in Wolverhampton.
The horror incident also left Paul Hanagan with a broken collarbone, Freddie Tylicki nursing a broken nose and Jordan Nason a factured cheekbone.
Danny Cook, whose career has been dogged by injuries, also appears to have been lucky following fears he had suffered a broken collarbone when falling in the 2m6f chase at Haydock.
He suffered a suspected broken collarbone in the secS ond half but struggled through to the end of the game.
Woffinden's hopes of becoming Britain's first world champion since Mark Loram in 2000 suffered a setback in the Scandinavian GP last month when he re-fractured the collarbone he shattered at the British GP in Cardiff on June 1.
The Brtish ace entered the Friends Arena with a 22-point lead at the top of the standings but he left with a suspected broken collarbone following a crash in just the second race of the night.
BRISBANE Broncos' England centre JacK Reed is a new doubt for the World Cup after officials of the NRL club revealed he has been playing with a collarbone injury for the last six weeKs.
Matt Hitchen had been preparing to cycle from his home city of Newcastle to Paris in aid of The Sick Children's Trust when he fell off the bike going over a pothole and smashed his collarbone.