Word: tendons

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Related words: tendons

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Synonyms: tendons

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Translations: tendons

spanish
tendones, los tendones, tendones de, tendones del


german
sehnen

french
les tendons, des tendons, tendon, de tendons

italian
tendini, i tendini, dei tendini, tendine, ai tendini

portuguese
tendões, os tendões, dos tendões, tendões de, tendão

dutch
pezen, de pezen, ligamenten, pees

russian
сухожилие

norwegian
sener, senene

swedish
senor, senorna, ligament, senor som

finnish
jänteet, jänteitä, jänteiden, jänteistä, jänteistä valmistetut

danish
sener, senerne

czech
šlachy, šlach, vazy

polish
ścięgien, ścięgna, ścięgnami, cięgna, cięgien

hungarian
inak, inakat, az inak, feszítőkábelek, ín

turkish
tendonlar, tendon, tendonları, tendonların, kirişler

greek
τένοντες, τενόντων, τους τένοντες, των τενόντων, οι τένοντες

ukrainian
сухожиль, сухожилля, сухожилків

albanian
tendinat, tendons të

bulgarian
сухожилия, сухожилията, на сухожилията, сухожилие

belarusian
сухажылляў, сухажылля, сухажылля ¢

estonian
kõõlused, kõõluste, kõõlustest, kõõluseid, kõõluste juurest

croatian
tetiva, tetive, tetivama, užad

icelandic
sin, sinar, sinum, sina

lithuanian
sausgyslių, sausgyslės, sausgysles, sausgyslėmis

latvian
cīpslas, cīpslām, cīpslu, stiegras, cīpsla

macedonian
тетивите, тетиви, жили, жилите, тетива

romanian
tendoane, tendoanele, tendoanelor, a tendoanelor

slovenian
kite, kit, tetive, napenjalne člene, kitah

slovak
šľachy, šliach, šlachy

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The meaning and "use of": tendons

noun
  • a flexible but inelastic cord of strong fibrous collagen tissue attaching a muscle to a bone.

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