Translation of ankle in Spanish:


tobillo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈæŋk(ə)l//ˈaŋk(ə)l/


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    tobillo masculine
    ankle strap tobillera feminine
    • He adds that he is handcuffed, shackled, and chained at the waist, which has rubbed his wrists and ankles raw.
    • Mid calf or longer skirts even to ankle was the norm.
    • The pump fills the sleeves with air and gently squeezes the leg, squeezing from ankle to calf to thigh.
    • He removed her shoes and socks, running his hands over the warm skin on her ankles and calves.
    • I started cutting not only my upper left arm, I started cutting my wrists, stomach, thighs, ankles and neck.
    • Today the Sun touches me everywhere, ankles, calves, thighs, arms; and striking through my hair warms me more than if I wore a linen shift and wool gown.
    • They all want to be the first to have a full body suit: that is, to be covered from neck to ankle in tattoos.
    • The bank sloped gradually and the water tickled her ankles, calves, thighs, and then waist with its warm tongue.
    • They tattoo their hands, arms, calves, ankles and I even saw one girl with a tattoo on her neck.
    • He concentrated only on the image of cool fresh water, rising through his narrow ankles and lapping inside his shins.
    • Your front thigh should be parallel to the floor and your calf straight above your ankle; your back leg should be almost to the floor.
    • Ilse tried not to concentrate on that, but try as she might, the delicate wrists and ankles, shapely calves and round arms spoke to her.
    • Even the prospect of getting my trousers soaked in freezing rain from mid thigh to ankle doesn't put me off.
    • He has his diamonds and ankle weights on and he's going for a jog.
    • I stood in the center of the room, up to my ankles in cool ferns.
    • If you don't like a normal, strong side hip carry, then try something like a shoulder rig, ankle or pocket holster.
    • Thick leather straps went around ankles, and thighs, holding her legs tight to the stone, forcing them WIDE apart.
    • He stood between her legs and casually played with her feet and calves, holding her ankles, running his fingertips up the backs of her legs.
    • Meanwhile, people visiting the South Bank on a rainy day sink up to their ankles in puddles and steam through an indistinct symphony.
    • I was in the swamp… the very swamp that I had seen in the book… and I was up to my ankles in mud.