Translation of knee in Spanish:
- 1.1 [Anatomy/Anatomía] rodilla (feminine) I felt weak at the knees se me aflojaron las piernas to be on one's knees estar* arrodillado, estar* de rodillas or [literary/literario] de hinojos he fell on his knees in front of the king cayó de rodillas or [literary/literario] se postró de hinojos ante el rey to go o get down on one's knees ponerse* de rodillas, arrodillarse (down) on your knees! ¡de rodillas!, ¡arrodíllate! I'm not going down on my knees to him no se lo voy a pedir de rodillas my/his knees were knocking [colloquial/familiar] me/le temblaban las piernas to bow o bend the knee to sb doblar la cerviz ante algn on bended knee(s) de rodillas, de hinojos [literary/literario] to bring sb to his/her knees doblegar* or humillar a algn to bring sth to its knees the strike brought the country to its knees la huelga llevó el país al borde del desastre knee joint articulación (feminine) de la rodillaExample sentences1.2 [Clothing/Indumentaria] rodilla (feminine) my trousers have gone at the knee se me han roto los pantalones en la rodilla
Example sentences1.3 (kick) [colloquial/familiar] (no plural/sin plural) rodillazo (masculine) he gave him a knee in the back le pegó un rodillazo en la espalda
- He will be out for the season after having an operation on his knee to repair cruciate ligaments.
- He rested on the floor on his hands and knees complaining of severe abdominal pain.
- For instance, be sure you can extend and flex your injured knee as fully as the other one.
- I fell twice on the way home, soaking my mittens and the knees of my leggings.
- On the evening of her disappearance, she was wearing a pink sleeveless top, blue jeans with holes in the knees, a khaki duffel coat and black trainers.
- Faulkner wore jeans faded at the knees, a broad hat, and photochromic sunglasses.
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