Definición de jugular en inglés:

jugular

Silabificación: jug·u·lar
Pronunciación: /ˈjəgyələr
 
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adjetivo

  • 1Of the neck or throat.
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • Similar tumors may arise from neighboring areas, including the jugular bulb, the middle ear, and the mastoid portion of the temporal bone.
    • Right jugular venous distension was less than 4 cm above the sternal angle.
    • Her neck was supple without lymphadenopathy, bruits, or jugular venous distension.
  • 2 Zoology (Of fish’s pelvic fins) located in front of the pectoral fins.

sustantivo

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  • short for jugular vein.
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • In the jugulars, this systolic fall in venous pressure has been called by physiologists the systolic collapse of the venous pulse.
    • Also, the blood, lacking fluid, becomes thick, causing clots in the veins and jugulars.
    • They were desolate and fingered their jugulars nervously.

Frases

go for the jugular

Be aggressive or unrestrained in making an attack.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The home team went for the jugular, playing their best football of the season by pushing forward the midfield at every opportunity.
  • England went for the jugular from the off and had a penalty claim turned down after only four minutes.
  • Kendal went for the jugular and had their hosts at three wickets down for four runs.

Origen

late 16th century: from late Latin jugularis, from Latin jugulum 'collarbone, throat', diminutive of jugum 'yoke'.

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