Word: throats

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Synonyms: throats

gullet, esophagus, windpipe, trachea, gorge, maw, neck, jowl, pharynx

Translations: throats

spanish
gargantas, garganta, de garganta, la garganta, las gargantas


german
rachen, kehlen

french
gorge, la gorge, gorges, de gorge, des gorges

italian
gole, gola, di gola, la gola, le gole

portuguese
gargantas, garganta, as gargantas, pescoços, a garganta

dutch
kelen, keel, keeltjes, strot, de keel

russian
горла, горло, глотки, горле, в горле

norwegian
struper, strupen, hals, halsen

swedish
halsar, halsen, strupar, halsen av, i halsen

finnish
kurkku, kurkkunsa, kurkut, kurkkuun, kurkkujen

danish
struber, halsen, i halsen, halsen over, hals

czech
hrdla, krku, hrdlo, hrdel, v krku

polish
gardła, gardeł, gardłami, przewężeń, gardle

hungarian
torkukat, torkukon, torkát, torkán, torkának

turkish
boğazlarını, ağrısı, boğazları, boğazını, boğazlar

greek
λαιμοί, λαιμούς, λαιμό, τους λαιμούς, του λαιμού

ukrainian
горла

albanian
fyt, fyt i, Gryka e, Gryka, në fyt

bulgarian
гърлата, гърла, гърлото, гърло, в гърлото

belarusian
горла, горлы, гарла

estonian
kõri, kaelad, kurku, kõrid

croatian
grla, grlo, throats se, je grlo

icelandic
háls, nærri þeim, mjög nærri, mjög nærri þeim, í háls

lithuanian
gerklė, gerklės, pjūviams

latvian
rīkles, detaļu, kakli, kakls, rīkle

macedonian
грла, грлата, грло, грлото, во грлото

romanian
gâtul, gatul, gât, gat, gît

slovenian
vratove, grla, grlo, vratove dulcev, grlu

slovak
hrdla, maternice, hrdlá, hrdlo, hrdle

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The meaning and "use of": throats

noun
  • the passage that leads from the back of the mouth of a person or animal.

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