muscle

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İngilizce - Türkçe
kas

Onların kasları sert. - Their muscles are stiff.

Jim, kayak yaparken bacağında bir kas çekildi. - Jim pulled a muscle in his leg while skiing.

adale
(Tıp) Kas, adale, musculus
pazı
(Tıp) adele
kuvvet
güç

Kalabalığın içinde güçlükle ilerledi. - He muscled his way through the crowd.

Cesaret çok önemlidir. Bir kas gibi kullandıkça güçlenir. - Courage is very important. Like a muscle, it is strengthened by use.

{i} kas gücü
kaşın
muscle contraction
(Tıp) kas kontraksiyonu
muscle fatigue
(Tıp) kas yorgunluğu
muscle pain
(Tıp) adale ağrısı
muscle relaxation
kas gevşekliği
muscle spasm
(Tıp) kas spazmı
muscle strength
adale gücü
muscle cell
kas hücresi
muscle fiber
kas lifi
muscle fibre
kas lifi
muscle in
zorla
muscle sense
kas hissi
muscle tone
kas tonusu
muscle-bound
kasları çok gelişmiş
muscle ache
kas ağrısı
muscle building
kas geliştirmek
muscle car
kas araba
muscle into
kas içine
muscle rigidity after death
Ölümden sonra kas sertliği
muscle spindle
kas mil
muscle tension
kas gerilmesi
muscle tone
(Tıp, İlaç) Kas tonusu. (eşanlam: muscular tonus)
muscle bound
kaslı
muscle exercise
adele çalışması
muscle in
(Fiili Deyim ) zorla girmek
muscle in on
(deyim) muscle in on sth. [kd] zorla girmek
muscle of diaphragm
(Anatomi) diyafram kası
muscle out
(Fiili Deyim ) dışarı atmak
muscle relaxant
(Tıp) miyorezolütif
muscle spastici
(Tıp) kas spastisitesi
muscle spasticity
(Tıp) kas spastisitesi
muscle tissue
kasdoku
muscle tone
(Tıp) kas elastikiyeti
muscle twitching
(Tıp) kas çekilmesi
gastrocnemius muscle
Baldır kası
Latissimus dorsi muscle
(Nükleer Bilimler) Kanat kasları
interior lingual muscle
(Anatomi) alt dil kası
articular muscle
mafsal kası
cardiac muscle
kalp kası
cheek muscle
yanak kası
deltoid muscle
teltoit kas
extensor muscle
kol-bacak kası
facial muscle
yüz kası
femular muscle
uyluk kası
flexor muscle
fleksor kas
frontal muscle
alın kası
involuntary muscle
istemsiz kas
lumbrical muscle
solucansı kas
not move a muscle
kılını kıpırdatmamak
scalene muscle
kaburgaları kaldıran kas
scalene muscle
skalen kası
skeletal muscle
iskelet kası
smooth muscle
düz kas
striated muscle
çizgili kas
unstripped muscle
çizgisiz kas
voluntary muscle
istemli kas
Don´t move a muscle!
Kıpırdama!/Kımıldama!
Infraspinatus muscle
(Anatomi) Diken altı kas: Omuzu uzatan ve onun lateral dönüşünü sağlayan kas
abdominal muscle
karın kası
calf muscle (anatomy)
buzağı kas (anatomi)
cheek muscle
yanak kas
deltoid muscle
deltoid kas
impulse to contract a muscle
dürtü bir kas sözleşme
inferior rectus muscle
inferior rektus
mr. muscle
mr. kas
obstruction of the heart muscle
kalp kası obstrüksiyonu
pull a muscle
kas çekilmesi
pulled muscle
çekti kas
rectus abdominis muscle
(Anatomi) Kaburga­lardan pübise uzanan, uzun ve düz karın cidarı kasları
soas muscle
(Tıp, İlaç) Soas kası
stiff muscle
sert kas
stretch a muscle
Bir kas germek
teres muscle
teres major kası
to muscle memory
etki kalkınca eski haline dönen kas
vastus lateralis muscle
Quadriceps (dört noktadan tendona bağlandığı için) kas grubundan ve dizin (patella'nin) ekstansiyonundan (öne hareket pozisyonundan "fleksiyondan", normal pozisyona geçmesinden) sorumlu oldukça hacimli bir kas
Don't move a muscle
Kıpırdama!/Kımıldama! Don't overestimate his Yeteneklerini abartma
a muscle
kas kopması tearing
anterior cubital muscle
(Anatomi) dirsek ön kası
brown muscle
(Denizbilim) esmer kas
calf muscle
(Tıp) baldır ikiz kası
cardiac muscle
anat. kalp kası
extensor muscle
kol’-bacak kası
extensor muscle
(Tıp) uzatıcı kas
flexor muscle
(Arılık) bükme kası
flight muscle
(Arılık) uçma kası
geniohyoid muscle
(Diş Hekimliği) yutkunurken hyoid kemiği yükselten ve ileri çıkartan kas; musculus geniohyoideus
involuntary muscle
(Diş Hekimliği) düz kas; kendi kendine kasılan, iradi hükmün söz konusu olmadığı kas
jung muscle
(Tıp) jung kası
muscled
adaleli
muscled
{s} kaslı
muscles
kaslar

Tom'un kasları çok yorgundu ve eve gitmek ve banyoda bir süre dinlenmek istedi. - Tom's muscles were tired and he wanted to get home and soak in a hot bath for a while.

Yüzme kaslarımızı geliştirir. - Swimming develops our muscles.

muscles
(isim) kaslar
müller muscle
(Tıp) müller kası
orbicularis oris muscle
(Diş Hekimliği) Ağız çevresindeki dudakları büzen kas; m. Orbicularis oris
pectoral muscle
göğüs kası
pelvic floor muscle
(Tıp) pelvik taban kası
pull a muscle
adaleyi fazla çekerek incitmek
rectus muscle
(Tıp) rektus kasları
resting muscle
(Biyokimya) dingin kas
risorius muscle
(Diş Hekimliği) Dudak kenarlarını yanlara çekerek gülümsemeyi sağlayan kas; m.risorius
rotatory muscle
dönmeli kas
rotatory muscle
döner kas
round up some muscle
adam toplamak
smooth muscle
(Diş Hekimliği) iğ şeklinde, çizgisiz kas; istemsiz kasların çoğu bu türdür
sphincter muscle
sfinkter
sphincter muscle
büzücü kas
sphincter muscle
büzgen kas
sternocleidomastoid muscle
(Tıp) Sternum ve klavikula ile temporal kemikleri processus mastoideus arasında yer alan boyun adalesi
straight muscle
(Anatomi) doğru kas
striated muscle
anat. çizgili kas
suspensory muscle
asıcı kas
tensor tympani muscle
(Tıp) tensor timpani kası
transverse muscle of perineum
(Anatomi) enine yüzeysel kaslar
transverse muscle of tongue
(Anatomi) dilin enine kası
ventricular muscle
(Tıp) Karın kası
voluntary muscle
(Diş Hekimliği) kontrolu ve kullanımı irade ile mümkün olan, çoğunlukla çizgili olan kas
İngilizce - İngilizce
Strength

It took a lot of muscle to move the boulders.

Hired strongmen or bodyguards

It was easy enough to dodge him, let him crash into the floorboards. Peltroc knew that his priority was the leader, not the hired muscle.

A contractile form of tissue which animals use to effect movement

Muscle consists largely of actin and myosin filaments.

An organ composed of muscle tissue

The muscles in his legs strained under the load.

To use force to make progress, especially physical force

Hensel and Wilson hit a series of leg shots simultaneously as Christian muscles between them with Quinn right on his heels.

{n} a fleshy fiber, a well known shellfish
The contractile tissue of which muscles are largely made up
Muscle is the tissue of the body which primarily functions as a source of power There are three types of muscle in the body Muscle which is responsible for moving extremities and external areas of the body is called "skeletal muscle " Heart muscle is called "cardiac muscle " Muscle that is in the walls of arteries and bowel is called "smooth muscle "
muscular strength
– organ that relaxes and contracts to allow movement of bones and body parts
{f} exert strength, force one's way
authority or power or force (especially when used in a coercive way); "the senators used their muscle to get the party leader to resign"
An organ which, by its contraction, produces motion
A structure composed of bundles of specialized cells that, when stimulated by nerve impulses, contract and produce movement There are three types of muscle: striated muscle, attached to bones; smooth muscle, found in such tissues as the stomach and blood vessels; and cardiac muscle, which forms the walls of the heart For striated muscle to function at its ideal level, the joint and surrounding structures must be in good condition
{i} contracting body tissue; strength; part of the body that is made up of muscles
If you say that someone has muscle, you mean that they have power and influence, which enables them to do difficult things. Eisenhower used his muscle to persuade Congress to change the law = clout
Body tissues which consist of cells that contract when lengthened or straightened
(eye)
make one's way by force; "He muscled his way into the office"
body tissue consisting of long cells that contract when stimulated
If you say that someone did not move a muscle, you mean that they stayed absolutely still. He stood without moving a muscle, unable to believe what his eyes saw so plainly. muscle your way into/through etc sth to use your strength to go somewhere. Contractile tissue that produces motion for functions, including body movements, digestion, focusing, circulation, and body warmth. It can be classified as striated, cardiac, and smooth or as phasic and tonic (responding quickly or gradually to stimulation, respectively). Striated muscle, whose fibres appear striped under a microscope, is responsible for voluntary movement. Most of these muscles are phasic. They are attached to the skeleton and move the body by contracting in response to signals from the central nervous system; contraction is achieved by the sliding of thin filaments (of actin) between thick ones (of myosin); stretch receptors in the tissue provide feedback, allowing smooth motion and fine motor control. The branched fibres of cardiac muscle give it a netlike structure; contraction originates in the heart's muscle tissue itself with a signal from the natural pacemaker; vagus and sympathetic nerves control heart rate. Smooth muscle, the muscle of internal organs and blood vessels, is generally involuntary and tonic; its cells can operate either collectively or individually (in response to separate nerve endings) and have different shapes. Disorders of voluntary muscle cause weakening, atrophy, pain, and twitching. Some systemic diseases (e.g., dermatomyositis, polymyositis) can cause muscle inflammation. See also abdominal muscle; muscle tumour; muscular dystrophy; myasthenia gravis. abdominal muscle Muscle Shoals muscle tumour
Muscle is the tissue of the body, which primarily functions as a source of power Muscle that is responsible for moving extremities and external areas of the body is called "skeletal muscle " Heart muscle is called "cardiac muscle " Muscle that is in the walls of arteries and bowel is called "smooth muscle " 
Body tissue, consisting of long cells, muscles allow movement as they contract when stimulated There are two major kinds of muscles: voluntary (striated) and involuntary (non-striated) Striated muscles are under voluntary control and include most of the muscles of the body
one of the contractile organs of the body
Muscle is a tissue composed of of bundles of cells that have the ability to contract and relax to create movement These cells create mechanical energy from chemical reactions Muscles serve many functions They produce movements of the body They are used to maintain position of the body against gravity They also can be used to alter pressures or tensions of structures within the body as well as protect the body The three types or classifications of muscle are striated (skeletal), smooth and cardiac Striated muscles attach to the skeleton Smooth muscle is the type such as found in the stomach and blood vessels Cardiac muscle forms the walls of the heart
animal tissue consisting predominantly of contractile cells one of the contractile organs of the body make one's way by force; "He muscled his way into the office
Tissue consisting of fibres organized into bands or bundles that contract to cause bodily movement Muscle fibres run in the same direction as the action they perform
is a structure composed of bundles of specialized cells that, when stimulated by nerve impulses, contract and produce movement
the tissue in an animal's body that is made up of bundles of long cells or fibers that can be stretched or squeezed together to move parts of the body
A muscle is a piece of tissue inside your body which connects two bones and which you use when you make a movement. Keeping your muscles strong and in tone helps you to avoid back problems He is suffering from a strained thigh muscle
a bully employed as a thug or bodyguard; "the druglord had his muscleman to protect him"
authority or power or force (especially when used in a coercive way); "the senators used their muscle to get the party leader to resign" animal tissue consisting predominantly of contractile cells one of the contractile organs of the body make one's way by force; "He muscled his way into the office
Tissue consisting of cells which are highly contractile, most of the edible portions of animal flesh is muscle
animal tissue consisting predominantly of contractile cells
An organ that produces movement by contractions There are two major kinds of muscles: voluntary (striated) and involuntary (non-striated) Striated muscles are under voluntary control and include most of the muscles of the body
If a group, organization, or country flexes its muscles, it does something to impress or frighten people, in order to show them that it has power and is considering using it. The Fair Trade Commission has of late been flexing its muscles, cracking down on cases of corruption
Muscular strength or development; as, to show one's muscle by lifting a heavy weight
muscle Mary
A homosexual man who works to maintain a muscular physique
muscle Marys
plural form of muscle Mary
muscle boy
A bodybuilder, especially one who is homosexual
muscle boy
A goon, thug, muscular henchman
muscle boys
plural form of muscle boy
muscle car
Any of a variety of high-performance automobiles, especially American 2-door rear wheel drive mid-size cars of the late 1960s and early 1970s equipped with large, powerful V8 engines
muscle cars
plural form of muscle car
muscle dysmorphia
: A disorder in which an individual becomes obsessed that they are not muscular enough
muscle fiber
A single cell of a muscle. Each muscle fibers contain many myofibrils, the contractile unit of muscles
muscle fibers
plural form of muscle fiber
muscle fibre
Alternative spelling of muscle fiber
muscle fibres
plural form of muscle fibre
muscle in
to interfere, or intrude forcibly
muscle in on
to interfere with, or intrude on something forcibly

The Russian Mafia did not take too kindly to a Westerner muscling in on their market, and so decided to send a little message.

muscle memory
The physiological adaptation of the body to repetition of a specific physical activity, resulting in increased neuromuscular control when performing that activity again
muscle men
plural form of muscle man
muscle relaxant
Any drug which affects skeletal muscle function and decreases the muscle tone
muscle relaxants
plural form of muscle relaxant
muscle shirt
a sleeveless shirt tailored to display the muscles of the body
muscle shirts
plural form of muscle shirt
muscle tone
The continuous and passive partial contraction of the muscles, which helps maintain posture
muscle up
To train the muscles for increased size and strength

We spent the summer trying to muscle up for football next term.

muscle up
To make stronger or more powerful

Churchill had again thwarted the American impulse to muscle up in the Pacific theater at the expense of the Atlantic.

muscle up
To force one's way into or through

There are only about ten tables, so you'll probably have to wait — or just muscle up to the bar like everyone else.

muscle women
plural form of muscle woman
muscle-eye-brain disease
A congenital muscular dystrophy associated with severe myopia or glaucoma and mental retardation or hydrocephalus
muscle-up
An exercise done for strengthening the arms and upper body, in which one lifts one's own weight while hanging from a bar to a position above the bar

The muscle-up starts from a hang with a high or false grip.

muscle tone
Normal tonicity of the muscles; "exercise improves muscle tone"(synonym) muscular tonus
Muscle Shoals
Former rapids, Tennessee River, northwestern Alabama, U.S. At about 37 mi (60 km) long, it was a navigation hazard but is now submerged under at least 9 ft (3 m) of water by the Wilson, Wheeler, and Pickwick Landing dams, which completely eliminated the rapids. Manufacturing plants and hydroelectric power facilities are administered by the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA). The city of Muscle Shoals (pop., 2000: 11,924) developed from the TVA complex in the Wilson Dam area
muscle ache
pain in a muscle, sore muscle
muscle car
A high-performance automobile, often with flashy, sporty styling
muscle cell
an elongated contractile cell that forms the muscles of the body
muscle contraction
contraction: (physiology) a shortening or tensing of a part or organ (especially of a muscle or muscle fiber)
muscle fiber
A cylindrical, multinucleate cell composed of numerous myofibrils that contracts when stimulated
muscle fibre
muscle cell: an elongated contractile cell that forms the muscles of the body
muscle into
force one's way; "He muscled into the union
muscle reading
The art of making discriminations between objects of choice, of discovering the whereabouts of hidden objects, etc
muscle reading
by inference from the involuntary movements of one whose hand the reader holds or with whom he is otherwise in muscular contact
muscle relaxant
a drug that reduces muscle contractility by blocking the transmission of nerve impulses or by decreasing the excitability of the motor end plate or by other actions
muscle spasm
condition of pain when the body is in motion that is created as a result of the stretching of muscles
muscle spindle
A stretch receptor in vertebrate muscle
muscle tissue
bodily tissue that allows movement (composed of fibers and cells that can extend and contract)
muscle tone
normal tonicity of the muscles; "exercise improves muscle tone"
muscle tone
Muscle tone is not the fleeting degree of strength someone can call up in their muscles to lift a heavy object It is, rather, the degree of tension or state of readiness in the resting muscle Some irregularities of muscle tone include being too weak (hypotonia), too tense (hypertonia) or irregular Muscle tone effects not only our posture, but also our facial expressions, our voice, the control we have over our eyes, etc Muscle tone is enhanced through proper nutrition, including calcium, magnesium, and zinc in balance, and adequate vitamins A & D Certain types of massage also help strengthen muscle tone The Vestibular System actually helps regulate muscle tone
muscle tone
Defines the condition of the muscles Muscles that are affected by CP will be either floppy and loose or stiff and rigid Poor muscle tone limits movement
muscle tone
Condition in which muscle is in a constant yet slight state of contraction and appears firm
muscle tone
a muscle's resistance to stretching, which can be high (hypertonic), low (hypotonic) or normal
muscle tone
- amount of tension in a muscle
muscle tumour
Abnormal tissue growth in or originating from muscle tissue. There are three major types. Leiomyomas are tumours of smooth muscles, seen most often in the uterus but also in the digestive, urinary, and female genital systems. Part of the tumour may become malignant, but it usually does not spread or recur. Rhabdomyomas occur most often in cardiac muscle. Some forms spread, and it may remain contained in tissue or become diffuse and hard to remove. Rhabdomyomas involving both smooth and striated muscle are often malignant and may grow very large. The several types of rhabdomyosarcoma are rare; they arise in skeletal muscle, usually in the leg or arm, and are extremely malignant
muscle-bound
having stiff muscles as the result of excessive exercise; "he arrived accompanied by two muscle-bound body guards
muscle-bound
If you describe someone as muscle-bound, you mean that their muscles are well developed, usually in an unattractive way. a cartoon of a muscle-bound woman standing victorious astride a prone male
anterior auricular muscle
A muscle surrounding the auricula or outer ear
auricular muscle
Any of the three muscles surrounding the auricula or outer ear
cardiac muscle
The striated and involuntary muscle of the vertebrate heart
ciliary muscle
A muscle controlling the eye's accommodation for viewing objects at varying distances
deltoid muscle
A triangular muscle on the human shoulder
involuntary muscle
Muscle that is not controlled by individual volition; cardiac muscle and smooth muscle
iris dilator muscle
A muscle of the eye, serving to dilate the iris
jaw muscle
Masseter; the large muscle which raises the under jaw, and assists in mastication
love muscle
penis
make a muscle
To flex the biceps muscles in the upper arm as a show of muscular strength or development
muscled
Simple past tense and past participle of muscle
muscles
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of muscle
muscles
plural form of muscle
oblique muscle
A muscle acting in a direction oblique to the mesial plane of the body, or to the associated muscles; — applied especially to two muscles of the eyeball
posterior auricular muscle
A muscle surrounding the auricula or outer ear
scalene muscle
any of the three pairs of muscles on each side of the neck that are involved in moving the neck, and in breathing
skeletal muscle
The voluntary muscle of vertebrates, which is striated and anchored by tendons to bone and is used to effect skeletal movement such as locomotion
smooth muscle
Involuntary muscle which is found within the intestines, throat, uterus, and blood vessel walls
sternocleidomastoid muscle
A paired muscle in the superficial layers of the anterior portion of the neck, acting to flex and rotate the head
superior auricular muscle
A muscle surrounding the auricula or outer ear
triangularis muscle
A facial muscle of the mouth, associated with frowning
voluntary muscle
Muscle that is normally controlled by individual volition; skeletal muscle
Latissimus dorsi muscle
(Nükleer Bilimler) 1. The larger, flat, dorso-lateral muscle on the trunk, posterior to the arm, and partly covered by the trapezius on its median dorsal region. 2. Lats
gastrocnemius muscle
(Nükleer Bilimler) A very powerful superficial bipennate muscle that is in the back part of the lower leg
Infraspinatus muscle
(Anatomi) The Infraspinatus muscle is a thick triangular muscle, which occupies the chief part of the infraspinatous fossa. The infraspinatus is a muscle of the rotator cuff, and is innervated by the suprascapular nerve
ciliary muscle
(Anatomi) A circular band of smooth muscle fibers situated in the ciliary body and serving as the chief agent in accommodation when it contracts by drawing the ciliary processes centripetally and relaxing the suspensory ligament of the lens so that the lens is permitted to become more convex
ciliary muscle
The ciliary muscle is a smooth muscle that affects zonular fibers in the eye (fibers that suspend the lens in position during accommodation), enabling changes in lens shape for light focusing. When the ciliary muscle contracts, it releases the tension on the lens caused by the zonular fibers (fibers that hold or flatten the lens). The release of tension of the zonular fibers causes the lens to become more spherical. Therefore, relaxation of the ciliary muscle causes the zonular fibers to become taut, flattening the lens, increasing long range focus
mr. muscle
Mr. Muscle is a brand of hard surface cleaners primarily used for cleaning ovens. There have been many famous faces portraying Mr Muscle none more so than Rob Mansfield himself
rectus abdominis muscle
(Anatomi) The rectus abdominis muscle (commonly known as "abs") is a paired muscle running vertically on each side of the anterior wall of the human abdomen (and in some other animals). There are two parallel muscles, separated by a band of connective tissue called the linea alba (white line). It extends from the pubic symphysis inferiorly to the xiphisternum and lower costal cartilages superiorly
smooth muscle
(Anatomi) Muscle tissue that contracts without conscious control, having the form of thin layers or sheets made up of spindle-shaped, unstriated cells with single nuclei and found in the walls of the internal organs, such as the stomach, intestine, bladder, and blood vessels, excluding the heart
Molson muscle
(Canadian slang) beer belly, large stomach, bulging abdomen (especially from drinking an excessive amount of beer)
abdominal muscle
Any of the muscles of the front and side walls of the abdominal cavity. Three flat layers the external oblique, internal oblique, and transverse abdominis muscles extend from each side of the spine between the lower ribs and the hipbone. The abdominal muscles attach to aponeuroses, connective tissue sheaths that merge toward the midline, sheathing the rectus abdominis muscle on each side of the midline. The abdominal muscles support and protect the internal organs and take part in exhaling, coughing, urinating, defecating, childbirth, and motion of the trunk, groin, and lower limbs
abducens muscle
the ocular muscle whose contraction turns the eyeball outward
accessory muscle
auxiliary or secondary muscle
anconeous muscle
the muscle that extends the forearm and abducts the ulna in pronation of the wrist
antagonistic muscle
(physiology) a muscle that opposes the action of another; "the biceps and triceps are antagonistic muscles
anterior serratus muscle
muscles that rotate the scapula and elevate the rib cage
articular muscle
a muscle that inserts directly onto the capsule of a joint
axial muscle
a skeletal muscle of the trunk or head
cardiac muscle
A special type of muscle found only in the heart It shares the characteristics of both other types of muscle found in the human body
cardiac muscle
Type of involuntary muscle found in the heart
cardiac muscle
the muscle tissue of the heart; adapted to continued rhythmic contraction
cardiac muscle
The specialized striated muscle tissue of the heart; the myocardium
cardiac muscle
Makes up most of the wall of the heart
cheek muscle
a muscle that flatten the cheek and retracts the angle of the mouth
contract a muscle
tighten a muscle, flex a muscle
deltoid muscle
{i} shoulder muscle which raises arm (Anatomy)
didn't move a muscle
did not stir, remained immobile
disapproval muscle in
If someone muscles in on something, they force their way into a situation where they have no right to be and where they are not welcome, in order to gain some advantage for themselves. Cohen complained that Kravis was muscling in on his deal It would be surprising were the Mafia not to have muscled in
erector muscle
muscle which raises or lifts a part of the body
extensor muscle
a skeletal muscle whose contraction extends or stretches a body part
external oblique muscle
a diagonally arranged abdominal muscle on either side of the torso
facial muscle
any of the skeletal muscles of the face
flexor muscle
a skeletal muscle whose contraction bends a joint
hamstring muscle
Any of the three muscles constituting the back of the upper leg that serve to flex the knee joint, adduct the leg, and extend the thigh
heart muscle
organ of the body that pumps blood
inferior rectus muscle
the ocular muscle whose contraction turns the eyeball down and medially
medial rectus muscle
the ocular muscle whose contraction turns the eyeball medially
muscled
Bearing muscles or muscle tissue
muscled
past of muscle
muscled
Furnished with muscles; having muscles; as, things well muscled
muscled
Having large muscles
muscled
{s} muscly, muscular, having much physical strength; muscle-bound
muscled
having large muscles = muscular
muscles
The fibrous tissues of the body which -- among other things -- make bodily movement possible Muscles come in several "types " The striped (or striated) muscles are called "voluntary," those which are capable of strong, controllable, contractions These skeletal muscles themselves come in two types: fast twitch (for energy bursts) and slow twitch (for slower, more efficient energy burning) Smooth, or "involuntary," muscles are less powerfully contracting, and perform such functions as aiding in digestion Finally, the cardiac (heart) muscles are a form of striped-involuntary muscle
muscles
A tissue composed of fibers capable of contracting and relaxing to effect bodily movement (Dict)
muscles
plural of muscle
muscles
{i} (Slang) men who are hired to intimidate or menace or harm people
muscles
A body tissue specially designed to contract to help move our bodies
muscles
third-person singular of muscle
muscling
Exhibition or representation of the muscles
muscling
present participle of muscle
muscly
{s} muscular, having muscles
not move a muscle
not make any physical exertion, not move at all
ocular muscle
one of the small muscles of the eye that serve to rotate the eyeball
papillary muscle
any of several muscles associated with the atrioventricular valves; "the papillary muscles contract during systole to prevent regurgitation of blood into the atria
posterior serratus muscle
skeletal muscle that draws the rib cage backward and downward
pterygoid muscle
muscle descending from the sphenoid bone to the lower jaw
pull a muscle
strain a muscle, pull a muscle too far
pulled muscle
injured muscle, muscle which has been strained
rhomboid minor muscle
rhomboid muscle that draws the scapula toward the vertebral column and slightly upward
rhomboideus major muscle
rhomboid muscle that draws the scapula toward the spinal column
scalene muscle
Any of three muscles on each side of the neck that serve to bend and rotate the neck and that assist breathing by raising or fixing the first two ribs. Also called scalenus
skeletal muscle
{i} muscle attached to either or both ends to a bone and moves the bones
skeletal muscle
a muscle that is connected at either or both ends to a bone and so move parts of the skeleton; a muscle that is characterized by transverse stripes
skeletal muscle
A usually voluntary muscle made up of elongated, multinucleated, transversely striated muscle fibers, having principally bony attachments. Also called striated muscle
skeletal muscle
Skeletal muscle fibres are elongated, multinucleated with distinct transverse striations They are bundled together into parallel fasciculi They attach to the skeleton and are under voluntary control
skeletal muscle
A type of striated muscle responsible for movement of body parts
skeletal muscle
A rather non-specific term usually applied to the striated muscle of vertebrates that is under voluntary control The muscle fibres are syncytial and contain myofibrils, tandem arrays of sarcomeres
skeletal muscle
Skeletal muscles are muscles that connect bones together
smooth muscle
a muscle that contracts without conscious control and found in walls of internal organs such as stomach and intestine and bladder and blood vessels (excluding the heart)
smooth muscle
smooth muscle fibres are long, spindle-shaped cells that contain a single nucleus and lack striations They are usually grouped together in flat sheets forming a muscular portion of a wall around a lumen They are fouind in hte walls of respiratory passages The contraction of smooth muscle is under autonomic (involuntary) control
smooth muscle
Usually the middle layer of an artery, which contains elastic and performs automatic tasks, such as tightening blood vessels
smooth muscle
muscle tissue that does not appear striated under the microscope; has the form of thin layers or sheets a muscle that contracts without conscious control and found in walls of internal organs such as stomach and intestine and bladder and blood vessels (excluding the heart)
smooth muscle
Involuntary muscle tissue in the walls of viscera and blood vessels
smooth muscle
muscle tissue that does not appear striated under the microscope; has the form of thin layers or sheets
smooth muscle
muscle that performs automatic tasks, such as constricting blood vessels
smooth muscle
Sometimes called involuntary muscle A type of muscle found many places in the body, including the walls of the airways (It is called smooth muscle simply because of how it looks under a microscope, to distinguish it from striated muscle, which is what makes up the heart as well as voluntary (skeletal) muscle )
smooth muscle cell
cells of the smooth muscles
strained a muscle
moved incorrectly and caused a spasm in a muscle
stretch a muscle
extend a muscle, flex muscles, prepare muscles for exercise
striated muscle cell
an elongated contractile cell in striated muscle tissue
striated muscle tissue
muscle tissue characterized by transverse stripes
superior rectus muscle
the ocular muscle whose contraction turns the eyeball upward and medially
temporalis muscle
muscle extending from the temporal fossa to the coronoid process of the mandible; acts to raise the mandible and close the jaws
transversus abdominis muscle
a flat muscle with transverse fibers that forms the anterior and lateral walls of the abdominal cavity
voluntary muscle
Muscle, such as striated muscle, normally controlled by individual volition
voluntary muscle
striated muscle that can be controlled voluntarily
muscle