Translation of fist in Spanish:


puño, n.

Pronunciation /fɪst//fɪst/


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    puño masculine
    to make a fist or to clench one's fist cerrar el puño
    • I clenched my fists so tightly that my fingernails almost drew blood.
    • His fist winds tightly around my fingers until I feel the cracking of my bones.
    • He clenched his fists tightly, nails digging into his palms.
    • She balled her hands into fists and brought them towards her, crossing them over her chest.
    • I grasped the bar tightly in my fists lest I flew off by accident.
    • She clenched her fists tightly and narrowed her eyes at the memory.
    • She clenched her fists tightly, and when she spoke, she spoke through gritted teeth.
    • I curled my fingers into my palm and banged my fist weakly against the door.
    • He leaped to his feet, pumped his fists, slapped the palms of the other teams' representatives.
    • I clenched my fists tightly, trying to use the agony of my nails digging into the skin to deter me from my current situation.
    • Then he sticks out his chest, and both his fists are tightly closed.
    • He came at her, and she blocked his strike at her face and drove her fist towards his diaphragm.
    • He looked back down at the ground and she clenched her fists tightly.
    • He hissed and clenched his fists so tightly I saw a trail of blood slide down his palms.
    • I clenched my fists tightly and hurled myself at the boy who had pushed me down.
    • He clenched his fists so tightly that he broke the skin on his palms.
    • He clenched his fists tightly and shook his head slowly from side to side.
    • Rebecca clenched her fists tightly beside her as she glared at them.
    • She clenched her fists tightly, awaiting his answer with bated breath.
    • The fear I felt at being caught turned into anger and I felt my hands bunch tightly into fists.