biceps

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
pazı

Onun şişkin pazısı var. - He has bulging biceps.

Onun pazıları çok büyük. - His biceps are very big.

ikibaşlı
pazu

Kollarımızdaki pazularımızdan çok daha fazlasına sahibiz,Per. - We've got a lot more than just biceps in our arms, Per.

iki başlı kol kası
biseps

Onun bisepsleri kocaman. Onun trisepsine ne dersin? - His biceps are huge. What about his triceps?

{i} iki başlı kas
(isim) iki başlı kas
(Tıp) Çoğunlukla iki başlı adeleler için kullanılan bir deyim
kol ikibaşlı kas
(Anatomi) iki başlı örn: m. biceps brachii
{i} (çoğ. bi.ceps) (Anatomi) pazı
anat
bilhassa kolun üst kısmmdaki ve kalça kemiğinin arkasındaki kaslar
(Anatomi) iki başlı
biceps brachialis
(Tıp) pazı
biceps brachii
biseps
bicep
Bkz. biceps
specifically, the biceps brachii
özellikle biseps
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Any muscle having two heads

The leg is bent by the action of the flexor muscles situated on the back of the thigh, the chief of these being called the biceps of the leg.

Specifically, the biceps brachii, the flexor of the elbow

The arm muscles are the show muscles of the physique. When someone asks to see your muscles, they are most likely referring to your arms, and more specifically, your biceps.

The upper arm, especially the collective muscles of the upper arm

Biting her lip, she held his biceps for balance and waded farther.

A muscle having two heads or origins; applied particularly to a flexor in the arm, and to another in the thigh
any skeletal muscle having two origins (but especially the muscle that flexes the forearm)
The muscle on the inside of the upper arm It is responsible for bending the elbow and gets its name from having two bundles of muscle fibers in it
two headed
Muscular strength of the arm; properly, the prominent muscles of the upper arm; so called because they have two heads (Latin, biceps, two heads )
Specifically, the biceps brachii
{i} muscle with two origins; flexor muscle of the upper arm; thigh muscle that flexes the knee joint and extends the hip joint
Latin bis = double, and caput = head, hence 2-headed, adjective - bicipital
A muscle with two heads Biceps are located in the arms and legs Leg biceps are commonly incorrectly referred to as the hamstring
Your biceps are the large muscles at the front of the upper part of your arms
gun
biceps brachii
The flexor in the upper arm
biceps femoris
The flexor of the knee, a two-headed muscle in the back of the upper leg
biceps brachii
a muscle that flexes and supinates the forearm
back double biceps
A standard pose in which both sets of biceps and back muscles are flexed, with one's back turned toward the judges
double biceps
A standard pose in which both sets of biceps are flexed and the chest is thrust forward

And when he hits a double biceps shot, his proportion is more than a little startling.

front double biceps
A standard pose in which both sets of biceps and the abdominals are flexed, while one is facing the judges
rear double biceps
A standard pose in which both sets of biceps and back muscles are flexed, with one's back turned toward the judges

Using this information, set the poses up in a manner that allows easy transition from one pose to another. Hitting a front lat spread and then trying to follow with a rear double biceps is just not practical.

bicep
A supposed singular of biceps
bicep
the large muscle on the front of your upper arm (biceps, from , , from caput ; because it is attached in two places)
musculus biceps femoris
the biceps muscle of the thigh; it flexes the knee and rotates the leg laterally
biceps

    Расстановка переносов

    bi·ceps

    Турецкое произношение

    bayseps

    Произношение

    /ˈbīˌseps/ /ˈbaɪˌsɛps/

    Этимология

    [ 'bI-"seps ] (noun.) 1650. From Latin biceps (“double-headed, two peaked”), from bis (“double”) + caput (“head”).

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