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quads

(kwɒdz)
pl n
(Anatomy) informal short for quadriceps

quads

(kwɒdz)

n.pl.
Informal. quadriceps muscles.
Translations

quads

[ˈkwɒdz] npl (= quadriceps) → quadriceps mpl
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But the quad and the fives-courts did not look a day older; the ivy was no thicker round the study windows; and in one boy's castle we found the traditional print of Charing Cross Bridge which had knocked about our studies ever since a son of the contractor first sold it when he left.
Police are advising farmers to look for stray quads or other pieces of farming machinery they may spot in unusual places, as thieves are known to steal a piece of machinery and hide it on the land so they can come back later for it.
He also finished only one lap down on the winners of the two riders two quads class.
If the pain is accompanied by tightness or weakness in your quads, they may well be pulled.
Even people who are experienced and using quads correctly have suffered severe injuries and a number of people in the UK have died as a result of coming off a quad.
Through the triplets' mother, the ``7th Heaven'' producers found out about the quads and called the Brinos.
The single and triple quad segments of the LC/MS market illustrate the breadth of the MS market, and the range of opportunities it has generated.
Most quads have four or eight camera inputs and one main output for recording and monitoring multiple cameras on one VCR and monitor.
What Bobby's looking for now are some able-bodied volunteers, and other quads and paras in the Valley ready to come back and find they can do anything, even play baseball again.
2 -- color) Their mom, Colleen, and Pooh Bear hold the Whiteman quads at a prebirthday party where Katy, in a pretty dress, gets excited.
The bottles are propped in place with towels and blankets, because neither parent can hold four babies at the same time when they are home alone with the quads.

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