English to Portuguese Meaning of shoulder - ombro

Shoulder :

ombro, braço, tronco de árvore, tronco, pescoço, prestação, capítulo, cabeça, corpo, garganta, recipiente, copo

ombro, briga, empurrão, cotovelo, tomar sobre o ombro

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Definitions of shoulder in English
Noun(1) the part of the body between the neck and the upper arm(2) a cut of meat including the upper joint of the foreleg(3) a ball-and-socket joint between the head of the humerus and a cavity of the scapula(4) the part of a garment that covers or fits over the shoulder(5) a narrow edge of land (usually unpaved
Verb(1) lift onto one's shoulders(2) push with the shoulders(3) carry a burden, either real or metaphoric
Examples of shoulder in English
(1) Some areas cook the entire hog, others just the pork shoulder , some make pulled pork.(2) It is also cruel because, as a group, high earners already shoulder one of the heaviest tax burdens in history.(3) don't shoulder me with that(4) He said many motorists drove on the shoulder of the highways and used interchanges and ramps to go around traffic lights.(5) Gonzalez has had his struggles when asked to carry a team, but the Royals don't need him to shoulder that heavy of a load.(6) My partner and I had parked on the shoulder of the highway and began to chat.(7) As the paramedics shoulder through, a commotion breaks out near the spectators.(8) There was no direct blow to the scapula and the shoulder did not dislocate.(9) shoulder injury(10) For the beef shoulder , bring a large saucepan of salted water to a boil.(11) who'll shoulder the cost?(12) We have to be prepared to shoulder the responsibility and accept the consequences of knowing the truth.(13) For in any situation of war or conflict, women shoulder the greatest burden.(14) she turned to look at him over her shoulder(15) Meanwhile, Nicholas had spotted his jaguar sitting on the shoulder of the road and cut three lanes to get to her.(16) to shoulder arms
Related Phrases of shoulder
(1) shoulder bag ::
Bolsa de ombro
(2) shoulder pad ::
(3) shoulder pads ::
(4) shoulder-length ::
altura dos ombros
(5) shoulder to shoulder ::
ombro a ombro
(6) hard shoulder ::
ombro duro
(7) shoulder width ::
a largura do ombro
(8) shoulder girdle ::
cintura escapular
(9) soft shoulder ::
ombro macio
1. shoulder joint ::
articulação do ombro
3. undertake ::
4. accept ::
5. assume ::
6. bear ::
7. carry ::
Different Forms
shoulder, shouldered, shouldering, shoulders
Word Example from TV Shows
If he was out there, you'd have to look over
your shoulder for the rest of your life.

If he was out there, you'd have to look over your SHOULDER for the rest of your life.

Breaking Bad Season 5, Episode 9

...along the ridge of the shoulder blade,
making a small rotation as you do so.

...along the ridge of the SHOULDER blade, making a small rotation as you do so.

The Big Bang Theory Season 4, Episode 24

shoulder in-in the shower
and Sheldon

SHOULDER in-in the shower and Sheldon

The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 24

Shoulder, legs.

Shoulder, legs.

Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 4

-In my shoulder.\N-The shoulder?


Money Heist Season 1, Episode 4

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