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:

breast2

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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Word of the day rigor
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rigor (US), rigour (GB) …
Cultural fact of the day

Santería is a religious cult, fusing African beliefs and Catholicism, which developed among African Yoruba slaves in Cuba. Followers believe both in a single supreme being and also in orishas, deities who each share an identity with a Christian saint and who combine a force of nature with human characteristics. Rituals involve music, dancing, sacrificial offerings, divination, and going into trances.