- 1Of or relating to the breast or chest: pectoral developmentMás ejemplos en oraciones
- It involves removing the breast and the lymph nodes but leaving the pectoral chest muscles intact.
- Cyprinodon diabolis has 17 pectoral rays, 12 dorsal rays and 28 caudal rays.
- There are 11 dorsal spines and 17 pectoral rays that help to distinguish it from the closely related Amphiprion percula.
sustantivo(usually pectorals) Volver al principio
- 1A pectoral muscle.Más ejemplos en oraciones
- The combined training group also completed 4 strengthening exercises targeting the pectorals, latissimus dorsi, gluteals, and quadriceps for 45 minutes.
- The fact that they are middle-aged men - the lines on their faces as chiseled as their biceps, triceps and pectorals - adds to the curiosity the images elicit.
- Your cardiovascular system is composed of your heart, arteries etc, whilst your muscular system is made up of your biceps, pectorals, deltoids etc.
- 1.1A pectoral fin.Más ejemplos en oraciones
- Namazu stood on his three prominent fins, the two pectorals and his caudal flippers.
- All of the fins, except the pectorals, were small and placed posteriorly.
- 1.2An ornamental breastplate, especially one worn by a Jewish high priest.Más ejemplos en oraciones
- The pectoral is part of an exhibition which opened on March 30.
- This wonderful piece, the pectoral, which is enough to cover a fairly large adult chest is so gorgeous it actually makes you want to cry.
late Middle English (in the sense 'breastplate'): from Latin pectorale 'breastplate', pectoralis 'of the breast', from pectus, pector- 'breast, chest'.
Más definiciones de pectoralDefinición de pectoral en:
- el diccionario Inglés británico e internacional