Translation of chest in Spanish:


pecho, n.

Pronunciation /tʃɛst//tʃɛst/


  • 1

    pecho masculine
    to have a weak chest tener problemas respiratorios
    • chest pains dolores de pecho
    • chest specialist especialista de las vías respiratorias
    • The trachea appears as an air-shadow coursing down the midline of the chest and terminating at the carina.
    • He folded his arms in front of his chest and leaned back in his chair.
    • She was found to have the right lobe of her liver, small intestine, and cecum in the right chest.
    • Anna moved in front of him and crossed her arms over her chest and raised an eyebrow curious of what he was laughing at.
    • Her warmth pressed against him, along his thighs, his stomach, his chest, his arms.
    • When the pain in your chest, arm, jaw, shoulders, or abdomen is angina, first be reassured.
    • It poured down his arm and his chest staining the front of his shirt.
    • Kylie stubbornly folded her arms in front of her chest and leaned her head back against the seat of the car.
    • I would only be inflicting my germs all over you and giving you a bad chest.
    • Pain or discomfort may extend beyond your chest to your shoulders, arms, back, neck, teeth or jaw.
    • I allowed my hands to roam over his body, stroking his chest and caressing his arms.
    • Her eyes wander up from his chest, to his neck, his jaw line, and to his eyes.
    • The diaphragm is a sheet of muscle, which separates the chest from the abdominal cavity and forms the floor of the thorax.
    • The chest was opened and the lung and heart were quickly isolated and excised.
    • A rash then appears in patches, usually behind the ears, under the arms, on the chest and stomach, and the arms and legs.
    • Each reptile had body paint over their chests and arms, only leaders were allowed to decorate their faces.
    • The girl crossed her arms in front of her chest and threw back her head, letting out an evil chuckle.
    • I dropped my head to my chest and felt my body being moved to the front.
    • He moved forward next to his own horse, running his hand down the animal's neck to his chest.
    • In fact there appears to be no cuts whatsoever on the body except for the chest and stomach.
    • On CT of the chest, irregular mucosa and narrowed tracheal lumen were observed.
    • That's the reason you see so many great benchers with flat or underdeveloped chests but huge front deltoids.
    • The surface of the anterior chest wall and abdominal area were sterilized with ethanol.
    • She had her arms crossed in front of her chest and one eyebrow raised.
    • During a chest X-ray, your body is placed between an X-ray camera and a piece of X-ray film.
    • And in the late evening I was bundled off to the Accident and Emergency department suffering from bad pains in the chest.
    • Radiographs of the chest and a computed tomographic scan of the chest, abdomen, and pelvis were normal.
    • A thoracic aortic aneurysm is a diseased, weakened, and bulging section of the aorta in the chest.
    • Inductance coils were placed around the chest and abdomen of each animal.
    • From the throat, food travels down a muscular tube in the chest called the esophagus.
    • Gabriel removed his shirt, and I kissed his neck, his chest, his stomach, over and over again.
    • The water slowly went up to my knees, to my stomach, to my chest, to my neck.
    • Once Sydney was fully up, he happily leaned against her chest, forehead on neck.
    • Once surgery was complete, a catheter was placed in the intercostal space before the chest was closed.
  • 2

    arcón masculine
    • Italian marriage chests, or cassoni, were usually made in pairs and given as wedding gifts to the bride and groom.
    • On one side of the room there were a few boxes and chests of storage, but Josie didn't mind.
    • The storage chest was fairly easy, too, although it took a while to build because there were so many screws.
    • I look across at the picture of Sanjay on the oak chest behind the couch.
    • There were wood and iron chests each with a small lock on them.
    • Pedimented late colonial case furniture, for example, could not support cases of silver of the period, so they were placed instead on earlier oak chests.
    • I need a chest of drawers, or a storage chest; just a smallish one, because my clothes are taking over the bedroom floor.
    • For centuries, such texts were collected by local families throughout the southern Sahara and stored in boxes, closets and chests.
    • He pulled out one of the grenade magazines form his chest storage unit and aimed the launcher.
    • Many of the exquisite carvings and secret chambers found in old wooden chests and wardrobes are difficult to reproduce.
    • I took out the oak chest from under my bed again and opened it once more.
    • She removed several ammo clips from a storage chest and fitted them into her utility belt.
    • Finally, some of the chests were found to contain a single pair of shoes.
    • A set of bedroom storage chests, four dining chairs, and two wall storage units for the study remain to be assembled.
    • By treasure, we are not talking about chests containing gold, silver and diamonds.
    • The cash would be carried in oak chests, and the keys would be sent on in advance for added safety.
    • I held it delicately in my hand and continued to stare at the oak chest.
    • These chests were beautifully decorated, at first mainly made of wood, with iron hinges, locks and strappings.
    • I insisted that he brighten up the interior before putting it to use, so all his tools and materials are in the garage, still in chests and boxes, waiting for their new home to be ready.
    • Give each person a small box with a lid, like a shoebox or a keepsake chest.
  • 3

    • 3.1US (treasury)

      tesorería feminine
      • Banks have been asked to take over the currency chests which are at present managed by the various State Government treasuries.
      • She has not received that sum because she did not claim it, and therefore the Treasury chest has not been reduced by that amount.

    • 3.2US (funds)

      fondos masculine