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shoulder British & World English

The upper joint of each of a person’s arms and the part of the body between this and the neck

shoulder charge British & World English

A charge made leading with the shoulder

a shoulder to cry on British & World English

Someone who listens sympathetically to someone’s problems

shoulder arms in shoulder British & World English

Hold a rifle against the right side of the body, barrel upwards

cold-shoulder someone in cold British & World English

Reject or be deliberately unfriendly to someone

the cold shoulder in cold British & World English

A show of intentional unfriendliness; rejection

a shoulder to cry on in shoulder British & World English

Someone who listens sympathetically to someone’s problems

a chip on one's shoulder in chip British & World English

An ingrained feeling of resentment deriving from a sense of inferiority and sometimes marked by aggressive behaviour

straight from the shoulder in straight British & World English

(Of a blow) swift and well delivered

shoulder English Thesaurus

the regiment lined up shoulder to shoulder in three columns

shoulder to shoulder in shoulder English Thesaurus

the regiment lined up shoulder to shoulder in three columns

to shoulder one's way in shoulder English-Spanish

abrirse* paso a empujones

to carry sb shoulder-high in shoulder-high English-Spanish

llevar a algn en, llevar a algn en volandas

to sling sth over one's arm/shoulder in over English-Spanish

colgarse* algo del brazo/hombro

we must stand shoulder to shoulder on this issue in shoulder English-Spanish

tenemos que estar codo con codo en este asunto


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