Translation of thigh in Spanish:


muslo, n.

Pronunciation /θʌɪ//θaɪ/


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    muslo masculine
    chicken/turkey thighs muslos de pollo/pavo masculine
    • Three days later he complained of a sharp pain in the left thigh and a purpuric rash localised to the left leg and foot.
    • You can also use these scissors to trim the straggling hairs at the tops of your thighs.
    • The hamstring muscles at the back of the thigh are often very tight, forcing the knees to move in ways they were not designed to do.
    • This device is called the insulin jet system and can be used on the stomach, buttocks and thighs.
    • One young bird, handled after wandering, readily disgorged a leg and thigh of a former brother or sister.
    • Later she also told her mother, who saw the teenager had bruising to her arms, chest and thighs.
    • A magnetic resonance scan of his thigh showed a lesion within the sciatic nerve.
    • One of my first patients was a man with swollen gums and tender thighs, the latter showing a diffuse dusky discoloration.
    • I get dressed and, ignoring the pain in my calves and thighs, I cycle into town.
    • I was sitting next to Marie, and I couldn't help noticing that my thighs are least twice the size of hers.
    • The pain or ache is commonly situated in the front of the thighs, in the calves, and behind the knees.
    • Extend your legs, then bend your knees and pull your upper thighs in toward your chest.
    • Concentrate on squeezing your pelvic floor muscles only, not your stomach and thighs.
    • Ultrasound can also used to assess arteries of the neck and thighs.
    • A cuff is inflated around the thigh to obstruct venous outflow but not arterial inflow.
    • Turns out the kid has a contact dermatitis from where his thighs are rubbing together.
    • Three weeks earlier she had injured her left thigh at an airport just before boarding a transatlantic flight.
    • It's exercise, sure, but it is as demanding on the eyes and the brain as it is on the back, thighs and calves.
    • Electrodes are placed on the stomach, bottom and thighs and two electrical currents are switched on.
    • The tennis player, ranked 67th in the world, is recovering from a torn abductor muscle in her thigh.
    • Most immunisations are given by injection, usually into the muscle or fat of the outer thigh or upper arm.