Synonyms of chest in English:

chest

noun

  • 1 he had several bullet wounds in his chest
    breast, upper body, body, torso, trunk
    technical thorax, sternum
  • 2 the matron had a phenomenally large chest
    bust, bosom
    archaic embonpoint
  • 3 they took logs from a metal-bound oak chest
  • Phrases

    get something off one's chest

    informal
    [Antonyms] bottle something up
    confessdisclosedivulgerevealmake knownmake publicown up tomake a clean breast ofbring into the opentell all aboutsay what one is thinkingget a load off one's mindunburden oneself informalspill the beans aboutcome out with it archaicdiscover

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    pectoral, thoracic relating to the chest
    thoracotomy surgical incision of the chest

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