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shoulder / hombro
 
shoulder   [ˈʃəʊldər]
A. -noun
1. (anatomy)   hombro (m)
a. to have [broad] shoulders   (literally)   ser ancho de espaldas   (figurative)   tener mucho aguante
b. they carried him shoulder [high] =   le llevaron a hombros
c. he was carried out [on] their shoulders =   le sacaron a hombros
·all the responsibilities fell on his shoulders
·tuvo que cargar con todas las responsabilidades
d. to look [over] one'noun shoulder =   mirar por encima del hombro
·to look over somebody'noun shoulder
(literally)   mirar por encima del hombro de somebody, someone   (figurative)   vigilar a somebody, someone
·to carry something over one'noun shoulder
·llevar algo en hombros
e. to stand shoulder [to] shoulder =   estar hombro con hombro
f. to give somebody the [cold] shoulder   dar de lado a somebody, someone
g. to [cry] on somebody'noun shoulder   desahogarse con somebody, someone
h. to put one'noun shoulder to the wheel   arrimar el hombro
i. to [rub] shoulders with somebody   codearse con somebody, someone
j. to give somebody something straight [from] the shoulder   decir algo a somebody, someone sin rodeos
2. [of coat etcetera]   hombro (m)
·padded shoulders
hombreras feminine plural
3. [of meat]   lomo (m)
4. [of hill, mountain]   lomo (m)
5. [of road]   arcénoun (m)
B. -transitive verb
1. (=carry)   llevar al hombro   (pick up)   poner al hombro
·shoulder arms!
·¡armas al hombro!
2. (figurative)
[+burden, responsibility]   cargar con
·to shoulder the blame
·cargar con la culpa
3. (=push)
a. to shoulder somebody [aside] =   apartar a somebody, someone a un lado de un empujónoun
b. to shoulder one'noun [way] through =   abrirse paso a empujones
C. -compound
·shoulder bag   -noun   bolso (m) de bandolera
·shoulder blade   -noun   omóplato (m)
·shoulder flash   -noun   (military)   charretera (f)
·shoulder holster   -noun   pistolera (f)
·shoulder joint   -noun   articulaciónoun (f) del hombro
·shoulder pad   -noun   hombrera (f)
·shoulder patch   -noun   shoulder flash
·shoulder strap   -noun   tirante (m)
a. [of satchel]   bandolera (f)   (military)   dragona (f)
 
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