akimbo

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eller belde O, eller belde meydan okurcasına durdu. - She stood defiantly with arms akimbo.
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with arms akimbo
eller belde O, eller belde meydan okurcasına durdu. - She stood defiantly with arms akimbo.
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Into, in, or of the position where the arms are akimbo and the other end window bearing the figure of a woman standing akimbo with her right hand touching her right temple.
With a crook or bend; with the hand on the hip and elbow turned outward Men preferred one pose above all others, namely, the elbow akimbo.
(used of arms and legs) bent outward with the joint away from the body; "a tailor sitting with legs akimbo"; "stood with arms akimbo"
with hands on hips and elbows extending outward; "she stood there akimbo"
Into or of the position where the arms are akimbo
with bent limbs; with the elbows bent and the hands resting on the hips
{s} bent toward the outside with the joint away from the body (of arms and legs); having the elbows bent and the hands resting on the hips
with hands on hips and elbows extending outward; "she stood there akimbo
If you stand arms akimbo or with arms akimbo, you stand with your hands on your hips and your elbows pointing outwards
akimbo(ip)
(used of arms and legs) bent outward with the joint away from the body; "a tailor sitting with legs akimbo"; "stood with arms akimbo
put one's arms akimbo
put one's hands resting on hips and elbows extending outward
with arms akimbo
with the elbows bent and the hands resting on the hips
akimbo

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    /əˈkəmˌbō/ /əˈkɪmˌboʊ/

    Etimoloji

    [ &-'kim-(")bO ] (adjective or adverb.) 15th century. From Middle English in kenebowe, in kene bowe (“in a keen bow", i.e. "in a sharp bend or angle”) from in (“in”) + keen, kene (“brave, keen, sharp”) + bowe (“bow, bend”). Alternately, possibly from Old Norse keng (“bent”) + bogi (“a bow”), compare Icelandic kengboginn (“bow-bent”).

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