There are 2 main translations of groin in Spanish

: groin1groin2

groin1

ingle, n.

Pronunciation /ɡrɔɪn//ɡrɔɪn/

noun

  • 1

    Anatomy
    ingle feminine
    she kneed him in the groin le dio un rodillazo en la entrepierna
    • Having captured a leg, and thus controlled the opponent's movement, a toe kick to the groin, inner thigh or lower abdomen could be easily applied.
    • Eventually, but without warning, she pulled away, her lips leaving his again, her hand drifting from his groin.
    • Kicking targets are many - the groin, lower abdomen, or solar plexus.
    • Now he dropped the sword and she brought her knee up into the man's groin.
    • For good measure, I added a kick to the groin and he doubled over on the kitchen floor, shouting curses at me.
    • He could hear her breath quicken, her moans deepen, as her hands fought to find access to his groin where she could turn the tables on him.
    • He crumbled to the floor, clutching his groin in agony.
    • The heavy man clutched his groin in pain and fell to his knees on the ground.
    • The defender's right elbow is locked and her hand cannot strike the attacker's groin.
    • She kneed him in the groin and ran for the front door.
    • I saw him dart after a guy that kicked him in the groin near those buildings over there.
  • 2

    Architecture
    arista feminine
    before noun groin vault bóveda de arista feminine
    • It is characterized by heavy, load-bearing masonry, the round-headed arch and its derivatives, the groin, and barrel vaulting.
    • The light didn't quite reach the high ceiling where carved figures lurked in the shadows of a graceful groin vault.
    • The corridor opened into a T-junction in a groin vault serving as a landing for a broad, dimly-lit staircase.
    • On an impulse that she hardly understood, she crouched in a shadowed groin of the red-tiled roof, and peeked down into the forbidden area.
    • Gilt threads glittered in the weave of pennants and tapestries and high overhead a gold-trimmed groin vault shouldered off the arches of a marble ceiling.

There are 2 main translations of groin in Spanish

: groin1groin2

groin2

escollera, n.

(British groyne)

Pronunciation /ɡrɔɪn//ɡrɔɪn/

noun

US

  • 1

    (barrier)
    escollera feminine