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chest British & World English

The front surface of a person’s or animal’s body between the neck and the stomach

chest English Thesaurus

he had several bullet wounds in his chest

ice chest British & World English

A chilled box for keeping something cold, especially food

sea chest British & World English

A sailor’s storage chest

tea chest British & World English

A light metal-lined wooden box in which tea is transported

war chest British & World English

A reserve of funds used for fighting a war

chest voice British & World English

The lowest register of the voice in singing or speaking

hope chest British & World English

A chest containing household linen and clothing stored by a woman in preparation for her marriage

chest freezer British & World English

A freezer with a hinged lid rather than a door

chest protector British & World English

A padded covering worn over the chest by a catcher or umpire as protection against fouled-off or errant pitches

community chest British & World English

A fund for charitable activities among the people in a particular area

chest of drawers British & World English

A piece of furniture used for storage, consisting of an upright frame into which drawers are fitted

get something off one's chest British & World English

Say something that one has wanted to say for a long time, resulting in a feeling of relief

play one's cards close to one's chest British & World English

Be extremely secretive and cautious about one’s intentions

pigeon breast British & World English

A deformed human chest with a projecting breastbone

pigeon chest in pigeon breast British & World English

A deformed human chest with a projecting breastbone

medicine cabinet British & World English

A small cupboard or box containing medicines and first-aid items

medicine chest in medicine cabinet British & World English

A small cupboard or box containing medicines and first-aid items

get something off one's chest in chest British & World English

Say something that one has wanted to say for a long time, resulting in a feeling of relief

play one's cards close to one's chest in chest British & World English

Be extremely secretive and cautious about one’s intentions