There are 2 translations of breast in Spanish:

breast1

Pronunciation: /brest/

n

  • 1.1 c (chest) pecho (m) she clasped the child to her breast [literario/literary] apretó al niño contra su pecho or [literario/literary] contra su seno to beat one's breast darse* golpes de pecho to make a clean breast of sth confesar* algo he made a clean breast of it lo confesó todo
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    • The growth can invade local tissues of the breast and chest wall as well as spread through the blood and lymphatic systems.
    • She sat on the back seat, pressing the envelope to her breast.
    • When he woke up, he found Maria sound asleep on his breast.
    1.2 c (of woman) pecho (m), seno (m) (before n) breast cancer cáncer (m) de mama or de pecho
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    • All had terminal cancer of the breast, lung, gastrointestinal system or prostate gland.
    • You may notice pink, red or purple streaks along your abdomen, breasts, upper arms, buttocks or thighs.
    • The most researched cancers are those of the bowel, breast, endometrium, prostate, testes, and lung.
    1.3 c u [Culin] (of chicken, turkey) pechuga (f) breast of lamb pecho (m) de cordero
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    • The young birds' breasts showed orange now as they looked hungrily to her, their eyes black and empty.
    • Then it preened its scaly breast feathers with a wide beak.
    • Be sure that it is the native pigeon, a large bird with white plumage on its breast.
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    • Then for my entree: boneless fried chicken breasts, sweet potato fries, and noodle kugel.
    • Plus, tuna has virtually zero saturated fat, which you can't say about red meat or even a breast of chicken.
    • Season remaining three chicken breasts with salt and white pepper.
    1.4 c (of jacket, coat) delantera (f) (before n) breast pocket bolsillo (m) superior (de una chaqueta)
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    • She had half expected him to display the garment in the breast pocket of his jacket.
    • The seven-year-old buried her head in Debbie's pajamas, soaking the breast pocket of her shirt.
    • He stuffed his sunglasses into the breast pocket of his shirt as his eyes searched for her.
    1.5 c
    (chimney breast)
    campana (f) (de la chimenea)

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There are 2 translations of breast in Spanish:

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vt

  • 1.1 [literario/literary] [waves/waters] arrostrar [literario/literary] 1.2 [literario/literary] [slope/hill] coronar [literario/literary]
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    • It turned out to be the highlight of the expedition, the day they breasted the icecap.
    • As the first rays of the sun breasted the peak of the mountain, the enemy slowed.
    • The train made the climb and breasted the summit at a virtually steady 60 mph.
    1.3 [Sport] [journalese/lenguaje periodístico] to breast the tape tocar* or romper* la cinta [lenguaje periodístico/journalese]
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    • On the Potomac, swan-white power launches keep breasting the sulphurous wave.
    • Two huge English gals with shoulders like walruses breasted the waves in perfect unison.
    • He breasted the finish line in five hours and two minutes.

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Cultural fact of the day

Today is Fiesta de Santiago (St James' Day). The famous Camino de Santiago, the pilgrimage of thousands of people from all over Spain and many other parts of Europe to the holy city of Santiago de Compostela, takes place in the week leading up to St James' Day, 25 July. The city also has its fiestas around this time. The streets are full of musicians and performers for two weeks of celebrations culminating in the Festival del Apóstol.