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chest US English

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

chest US Thesaurus

a bullet wound in the chest

ice chest US English

A chilled box for keeping something cold, especially food and beverages

sea chest US English

A sailor’s storage chest

tea chest US English

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

war chest US English

A reserve of funds used for fighting a war

chest voice US English

The lowest register of the voice in singing or speaking

hope chest US English

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

chest freezer US English

A freezer with a hinged lid that opens from the top, rather than a front-opening door

chest protector US English

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

community chest US English

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

chest of drawers US English

A piece of furniture consisting of a set of drawers in a frame, typically used for storing clothes

chest of drawers US Thesaurus

each bedroom set comes with two chests of drawers

put hair on one's chest US English

(Of an alcoholic drink) be very strong

get something off one's chest US 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 US English

Be secretive and cautious about one’s intentions

pigeon breast US English

A deformed human chest with a projecting breastbone

pigeon chest in pigeon breast US English

A deformed human chest with a projecting breastbone

medicine cabinet US English

A box containing medicines and first-aid items, especially one attached to a bathroom wall

medicine chest in medicine cabinet US English

A box containing medicines and first-aid items, especially one attached to a bathroom wall

get something off one's chest in chest US English

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

put hair on one's chest in hair US English

(Of an alcoholic drink) be very strong

get off one's chest in chest US Thesaurus

I've known what really happened for years, and I'd like to finally get it off my chest

play one's cards close to one's chest in chest US English

Be secretive and cautious about one’s intentions


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