Word: breastplate

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Related words: breastplate

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Synonyms: breastplate

egis, aegis

Translations: breastplate

spanish
coraza, peto, pectoral, la coraza, cota


german
Brustplatte, Brustharnisch, Brust, Brustpanzer, Brustschild

french
cuirasse

italian
corazza, pettorale, la corazza, corazza di

portuguese
peitoral, couraça, armadura

dutch
borstplaat, borstlap, pantser, borstschild

russian
подперсье, нагрудник

norwegian
brynje, bryst, brystduken, brystplate

swedish
bröst, brösts, bröstharnesk, bröstskölden, bröstsköldens

finnish
rintahaarniska, rintakilpeä, rintahaarniskan, rintakilvessä, rintakilpeen

danish
brystplade, Brystskjoldet, brynje, Brystspannet, Brystskjoldets

czech
pancíř, Prsní, náprsník, náprsníku, kyrys

polish
napierśnik, pancerz, pancerzu

hungarian
mellvértet, hósenhez, hósen, mellvértje, mellvértjén

turkish
zırh, göğüslük

greek
θώρακας, θώρακα, επιστήθιο, προστήθιο, περιστηθίου

ukrainian
нагрудник

albanian
parzmore, pektoral, pektoralin, pektorali, parzmoren

bulgarian
нагръдник, броня, нагръдника

belarusian
нагруднік

estonian
rinnaplaadil, soomusrüü, Rinnakilbile, rinnakilp, rinnaku

croatian
grudni oklop, naprsnik

icelandic
brynju, brjóstskjöldurinn, brjóstskildinum

lithuanian
krūtinės, krūtindiržis, Napierśnik, Apatinė dalis skydo, krūtinės diržas

latvian
krūšu

macedonian
оклопот

romanian
platoșă, pieptar, pieptarul, platoșa

slovenian
naprsnik

slovak
pancier, pancierovania, panciera, si pancier, pancíř

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The meaning and "use of": breastplate

noun
  • a piece of armor covering the chest.
  • in ancient times, a jeweled vestment covering the chest of the Jewish high priest.
  • a set of straps attached to the front of a saddle, which pass across the horse's chest and prevent the saddle from slipping backward.

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