Dictionary search results

Showing 1-23 of 23 results

elbow British & World English

The joint between the forearm and the upper arm

elbow English Thesaurus

leaning on one's elbow

elbow room British & World English

Adequate space to move or work in

elbow room English Thesaurus

the province wants a little more elbow room within the federation

elbow-to-elbow British & World English

Very close together

elbow-bender British & World English

A heavy or habitual drinker

elbow grease British & World English

Hard physical work, especially vigorous polishing or cleaning

tennis elbow British & World English

Inflammation of the tendons of the elbow (epicondylitis) caused by overuse of the muscles of the forearm

at one's elbow British & World English

Close at hand; nearby

give someone the elbow British & World English

Reject or dismiss someone

more power to your elbow! British & World English

Used to encourage someone or express approval of their actions

not know one's arse from one's elbow British & World English

Be totally ignorant or incompetent

elbow grease in elbow English Thesaurus

homemade cleaners may require more elbow grease than commercial spray-and-wipe products

more power to your elbow! in power British & World English

Used to encourage someone or express approval of their actions

give someone the elbow in elbow English Thesaurus

200 staff have been given the elbow today

more power to your elbow! or to you etc. in power British & World English

Used to encourage someone or express approval of their actions