Translation of ankle in Spanish:

ankle

Pronunciation: /ˈæŋkəl/

n

  • tobillo (m) (before n) ankle boot botín (m) ankle sock calcetín (m) corto, soquete (m) (CS) ankle strap tobillera (f)
    More example sentences
    • Your front thigh should be parallel to the floor and your calf straight above your ankle; your back leg should be almost to the floor.
    • The pump fills the sleeves with air and gently squeezes the leg, squeezing from ankle to calf to thigh.
    • He stood between her legs and casually played with her feet and calves, holding her ankles, running his fingertips up the backs of her legs.

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