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breast British & World English

Either of the two soft, protruding organs on the upper front of a woman’s body which secrete milk after childbirth

breast milk British & World English

Milk produced by a woman’s breasts after childbirth as food for her child

breast pump British & World English

A device for drawing milk from a woman’s breasts by suction

breast collar British & World English

A thick chest strap which forms part of a horse’s harness, often used instead of an ordinary collar on horses pulling lightweight or show vehicles

breast drill British & World English

A drill on which pressure is brought to bear by the operator’s chest

breast shell British & World English

A shallow plastic receptacle that fits over the nipple of a lactating woman to catch any milk that flows

pigeon breast British & World English

A deformed human chest with a projecting breastbone

breast-beating British & World English

A loud, emotional expression of remorse

breast implant British & World English

A prosthesis consisting of a gel-like or fluid material in a flexible sac, implanted behind or in place of a female breast in reconstructive or cosmetic surgery

chimney breast British & World English

A part of an interior wall that projects to surround a chimney

beat one's breast British & World English

Make an exaggerated show of sorrow, despair, or regret

make a clean breast of it British & World English

Confess fully one’s mistakes or wrongdoings

beat one's breast in breast British & World English

Make an exaggerated show of sorrow, despair, or regret

breastbone British & World English

A thin, flat bone running down the centre of the chest, to which the ribs are attached

breastfeed British & World English

(Of a woman) feed (a baby) with milk from the breast

breastplate British & World English

A piece of armour covering the chest

make a clean breast of it in clean British & World English

Confess fully one’s mistakes or wrongdoings

hope springs eternal in hope British & World English

It is human nature always to find fresh cause for optimism

hope springs eternal British & World English

It is human nature always to find fresh cause for optimism

breast English Thesaurus

the curve of her breasts

breast pocket in breast English-Spanish

bolsillode una chaqueta

to beat one's breast in breast English-Spanish

darse* golpes de pecho

she clasped the child to her breast in breast English-Spanish

apretó al niño contra su pecho


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