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English-German translation for: [muscle]
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Dictionary English German: [muscle]

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English German
bulging {adj} [muscle, vein]
hervorgetreten [Muskel, Ader]
bulging {adj} [muscle, vein]
hervortretend [Muskel, Ader]
leg {adj} [attr.] [e.g. amputation, brace, fracture, muscle]
Bein- [z. B. Amputation, Schiene, Fraktur, Muskel]
stiffening {adj} {pres-p} [muscle, joint, limb]sichAkk. versteifend [steif werdend] [Muskel, Gelenk, Glied]
anat. tricipital {adj} [muscle]dreiköpfig [Muskel]
to tense sth. [a muscle, one's body, etc.]
etw.Akk. anspannen [einen Muskel, seinen Körper etc.]
to contract [muscle etc.]sich zusammenziehen
to stiffen [limb, muscle, joint, person, etc.]sich versteifen [steif werden] [Körperglied, Muskel, Gelenk, Person etc.]
anat. glute [coll.] [gluteus (muscle)]
Gesäßmuskel {m}
anat. pec [coll.] [pectoral muscle] [usually used in pl.]
Brustmuskel {m}
anat. audio VetMed. stapedius [short for: stapedius muscle]
Stapedius {m} [kurz für: Stapediusmuskel]
anat. dilator [muscle]Erweiterer {m} [erweiternder Muskel]
anat. dilator [muscle]Erweiterermuskel {m}
anat. zool. glutaeus [archaic or rare for: gluteus (muscle)]Gesäßmuskel {m}
anat. biol. head [Caput] [of a muscle or joint]Caput {n} [Kopf] [eines Muskels oder eines Gelenks]
med. hypotonia [the state of having hypotonic muscle tone]Muskelhypotonie {f}
med. myasthenia [muscle weakness]Myasthenie {f}
med. myodynia [muscle pain]Myodynie {f} [Muskelschmerz]
sports negatives [muscle work, bodybuilding]Negativsätze {pl} [Muskeldehnungsübungen, Bodybuilding]
cloth. stringer [muscle shirt]Ringerhemd {n}
anat. med. VetMed. synergist [muscle]Synergist {m} [Muskel]
2 Words: Verbs
sports to lock (sth.) out [coll.] [to fully extend a certain muscle during a repetition](etw.Akk.) durchstrecken [z. B. die Arme, die Beine]
to tense sth. up [muscle]etw.Akk. anspannen
to tense up [muscle, stomach]sich zusammenkrampfen
to tense up [person, muscle]sichAkk. anspannen
2 Words: Nouns
anat. biol. ab (muscle) [coll.] [short for: abdominal muscle]Bauchmuskel {m}
psych. Adonis complex [muscle dysmorphia]Adonis-Komplex {m}
anat. cheek muscle [Musculus buccinator] [buccinator muscle]Trompetermuskel {m}
sports corked thigh [Aus.] [coll.] [internal bleeding in thigh muscle through contact injury]Pferdekuss {m} [ugs.]
med. floppy infant [a child less than 1 year of age who has a poor muscle tone]schlaffes Kind {n} [Neugeborenes und Säugling mit abnorm schlaffem Muskeltonus]
anat. muscle stiffness {sg} [of various muscles; various cases of muscle stiffness]Muskelverhärtungen {pl}
anat. med. zool. splenius colli [Musculus splenius cervicis] [splenius cervicis muscle]Riemenmuskel {m} des Halses
anat. med. Treitz's muscle [also: Treitz muscle] [Musculus suspensorius duodeni, Ligamentum suspensorium duodeni]Treitz'sches Ligament {n}
anat. med. Treitz's muscle [also: Treitz muscle] [Musculus suspensorius duodeni, Ligamentum suspensorium duodeni]treitzsches Ligament {n}
anat. visceral muscle [smooth muscle]glatter Muskel {m}
3 Words: Nouns
twitch at break [muscle]Öffnungszuckung {f} [Muskel]
twitch at make [muscle]Schließungszuckung {f} [Muskel]
4 Words: Nouns
anat. biol. fast-twitch (muscle) fibers [Am.] <FT fibers, FT muscle fibers>FT-Fasern {pl} [Typ-II-Fasern]
anat. biol. fast-twitch (muscle) fibers [Am.] <FT fibers, FT muscle fibers>schnelle Muskelfasern {pl}
anat. biol. fast-twitch (muscle) fibres [Br.] <FT fibres, FT muscle fibres>FT-Fasern {pl} [Typ-II-Fasern]
anat. biol. fast-twitch (muscle) fibres [Br.] <FT fibres, FT muscle fibres>schnelle Muskelfasern {pl}
med. sports post-exercise muscle soreness [also: postexercise muscle soreness]Muskelkater {m}
5+ Words: Nouns
anat. frontal belly (of occipitofrontalis muscle) [frontalis muscle]Stirnmuskel {m}
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