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Ballsed

Define ballsed ballsed synonyms ballsed pronunciation ballsed translation English dictionary definition of ballsed n 1 a A spherical object or entity: a steel ball b Interestingly its use in the sense of courage is exactly paralleled in the Spanish term 'cojones' Thesaurus Antonyms Related Words ball joint ball up ball

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Ball Joint

Ball joint definition is - ball-and-socket joint Recent Examples on the Web If the rim is wider than stock there may not be enough clearance to the ball joint or steering arm to permit half the extra width to go inside the wheel well — Mike Allen Popular Mechanics Your Guide To Upgrading Wheels and Tires 28 June 2020 New rear suspension uprights ball joints and wheel bearings

Degenerative joint disease

degenerative joint disease: [ os″te-o-ahr-thritis ] a noninflammatory degenerative joint disease marked by degeneration of the articular cartilage hypertrophy of bone at the margins and changes in the synovial membrane Primary osteoarthritis as part of the normal aging process is most likely to strike the joints that receive the most use

Translate spheroid joint from English to Spanish

spheroid joint: The word spheroid joint exists in our database but we currently do not have a translation from English to Spanish Synonyms for spheroid joint: ball-and-socket joint cotyloid joint enarthrodial joint enarthrosis articulatio spheroidea synovial joint articulatio synovialis diarthrosis

Translate spheroid joint from English to Spanish

spheroid joint: The word spheroid joint exists in our database but we currently do not have a translation from English to Spanish Synonyms for spheroid joint: ball-and-socket joint cotyloid joint enarthrodial joint enarthrosis articulatio spheroidea synovial joint articulatio synovialis diarthrosis

ball joint

English-Spanish Dictionary | ball joint ball joint n noun: Refers to person place thing quality etc (structure: movable connection) junta esfrica nf nombre femenino: Sustantivo de gnero exclusivamente femenino que lleva los artculos la o una en singular y las o unas en plural

ASE Glossary of Automotive Terminology English/Spanish

2011-11-21English/Spanish Glosario de Terminologa Automotriz de ASE Ingls/Espaol Haga un clic en la letra para ir directamente a la seccin correspondiente ball joint rtula (ball joint) ballast resistor resistencia balasta resistor balasta balloon (v) inflarse hincharse ball-type tie rod

spheroid

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English spheroid sphe‧roid / ˈsfɪərɔɪd $ ˈsfɪr-/ noun [countable] technical a shape that is similar to a ball but not perfectly round Examples from the Corpus spheroid • In mechanical terms the head is an elliptical spheroid with a single universal joint the neck

Jointe

junta (ho͝on′tə jŭn′-) n 1 A group of military officers ruling a country after seizing power 2 A council or small legislative body in a government especially in Central or South America [Spanish and Portuguese conference probably from Vulgar Latin *iūncta from feminine past

Ballsed

Define ballsed ballsed synonyms ballsed pronunciation ballsed translation English dictionary definition of ballsed n 1 a A spherical object or entity: a steel ball b Interestingly its use in the sense of courage is exactly paralleled in the Spanish term 'cojones' Thesaurus Antonyms Related Words ball joint ball up ball

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Dictionary is the world's leading online source for English definitions synonyms word origins and etymologies audio pronunciations example sentences slang phrases idioms word games legal and medical terms Word of the Day and more For over 20 years Dictionary has been helping millions of people improve their use of the English language with its free digital services

ASE Glossary of Automotive Terminology English/Spanish

2011-11-21English/Spanish Glosario de Terminologa Automotriz de ASE Ingls/Espaol Haga un clic en la letra para ir directamente a la seccin correspondiente ball joint rtula (ball joint) ballast resistor resistencia balasta resistor balasta balloon (v) inflarse hincharse ball-type tie rod

arthroplasty

Arthroplasty (literally [re-]forming of joint) is an orthopedic surgical procedure where the articular surface of a musculoskeletal joint is replaced remodeled or realigned by osteotomy or some other procedure It is an elective procedure that is done to relieve pain and restore function to the joint after damage by arthritis or some other type of trauma

Ballsed

Define ballsed ballsed synonyms ballsed pronunciation ballsed translation English dictionary definition of ballsed n 1 a A spherical object or entity: a steel ball b Interestingly its use in the sense of courage is exactly paralleled in the Spanish term 'cojones' Thesaurus Antonyms Related Words ball joint ball up ball

ASE Glossary of Automotive Terminology English/Spanish

2011-11-21English/Spanish Glosario de Terminologa Automotriz de ASE Ingls/Espaol Haga un clic en la letra para ir directamente a la seccin correspondiente ball joint rtula (ball joint) ballast resistor resistencia balasta resistor balasta balloon (v) inflarse hincharse ball-type tie rod

Joint

joint [joint] the site of the junction or union of two or more bones of the body its primary function is to provide motion and flexibility to the frame of the body Some are immovable such as the sutures where segments of bone are fused together in the skull Others such as those between the vertebrae are gliding joints and have limited motion

Jointe

junta (ho͝on′tə jŭn′-) n 1 A group of military officers ruling a country after seizing power 2 A council or small legislative body in a government especially in Central or South America [Spanish and Portuguese conference probably from Vulgar Latin *iūncta from feminine past