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English-German translation for: ankle
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Dictionary English German: ankle

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English German
NOUN   an ankle | ankles
VERB  to ankle | ankled | ankled ... 
SYNO   ankle | ankle joint ... 
anat. ankle
Knöchel {m} [Fußknöchel]
anat. ankle
Fußknöchel {m}
anat. ankle
Fußgelenk {n}
anat. ankle
Sprunggelenk {n}
anat. ankle [of a human]
Fessel {f}
anat. ankle
Enkel {m} [regional] [Fußknöchel]
2 Words: Others
ankle-breaking {adj}knöchelbrechend [den Fußknöchel brechend]
ankle-deep {adj} {adv}knöchelhoch
ankle-deep {adj}knöchelhohe
ankle-deep {adj} {adv}knöcheltief
ankle-deep {adv}bis zu den Knöcheln [knöcheltief]
ankle-high {adj} {adv}knöchelhoch
cloth. ankle-length {adj}knöchellang
2 Words: Nouns
(ankle) shackleFußfessel {f}
(ankle) shackleFußschelle {f}
cloth. (ankle) strap [shoe strap]Schuhspange {f} [Fesselriemen]
anat. ankle articulationSprunggelenk {n}
bike cloth. ankle bandHosenschutz {m} [Fahrrad-Hosenband]
zool. ankle biter [coll.] [a small (aggressive) dog]Wadelbeißer {m} [auch: Wadlbeißer] [österr.] [bayer.] [kleiner (bissiger) Hund]
ankle biter [coll.] [small dog]Fußhupe {f} [ugs.] [kleiner Hund]
ankle biter [hum.]Knöchelbeißer {m} [hum.] [Kleinkind]
anat. ankle boneFußknöchel {m}
anat. ankle bone [Os trigonum, Astragalus]Sprungbein {n}
cloth. ankle bootStiefelette {f}
cloth. ankle bootknöchelhoher Stiefel {m}
cloth. ankle bootsStiefeletten {pl}
med. ankle braceKnöchelorthese {f}
ankle braceletFußkettchen {n}
ankle braceletFußreif {m} [geh.]
ankle braceletFußreifen {m}
ankle braceletelektronische Fußfessel {f} [ugs.] [elektronische Aufenthaltsüberwachung]
ankle chainFußkettchen {n}
ankle chainFußkette {f}
ankle chomper [coll.] [nasty man, keen on harming others]Wadelbeißer {m} [auch: Wadlbeißer] [österr.] [bayer.] [ugs.] [fig.] [pej.] [Stänkerer, Zyniker]
ankle chomper [coll.] [nasty man, keen on harming others]Wadenbeißer {m} [ugs.] [fig.] [pej.] [Stänkerer, Zyniker]
zool. ankle chomper [little (savage) dog, such as a dachshund]Wadenbeißer {m} [ugs.] [pej.] [kleiner, bissiger Hund]
med. ankle edema [Am.]Knöchelödem {n}
med. ankle fractureKnöchelbruch {m}
med. ankle fractureKnöchelfraktur {f}
med. ankle fractureMalleolarfraktur {f}
med. ankle fractureSprunggelenkfraktur {f}
med. ankle fractureSprunggelenksfraktur {f}
cloth. ankle gaiterWickelgamasche {f}
ankle holsterKnöchelhalfter {n} [auch {f}]
med. ankle impingement [also: anterior impingement of the ankle] [footballer's ankle]Impingementsyndrom {n} des oberen Sprunggelenkes [Fußballerknöchel]
med. ankle injuryFußknöchelverletzung {f}
med. ankle injuryKnöchelverletzung {f}
anat. ankle jointSprunggelenk {n}
ankle lengthKnöchellänge {f}
ankle monitorelektronische Aufenthaltsüberwachung {f} <EAÜ>
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A 2023-07-11: ankle-deep
Q 2021-01-27: ankle pumps, hip abductions and hip extensions
Q 2018-12-18: lacerated [knee, ankle, etc.] ? = ? aufgeschlagen [Knie, Knöchel usw.]
A 2016-05-05: M-W hat auch die Bindestrichversion --- siehe or ankle-biter
A 2016-05-05: http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=ankle-biter (Nr.3)
Q 2016-05-05: ankle biter = kleiner Hund. Stimmt das denn?
A 2012-08-29: Is that for your ankle, where usually most people have "Non, je ne regrett...
A 2008-05-06: turnover (ankle) boot
A 2007-03-28: "bracelet for the ankle"
A 2007-03-28: Fußfesel = ankle ring?
A 2005-09-09: elegant ankle width
A 2004-08-25: fair enough, I reckon you can pick and choose between anklet and ankle cha...
A 2004-08-25: Another vote for ankle chain.
A 2004-08-25: definitely ankle chain
A 2004-08-25: ankle chain?
A 2004-03-15: Gelenk = joint (Handgelenk = wrist; Fußgelenk = ankle)
A 2003-12-25: Beim Arm ist es das Handgelenk (wrist), beim Fuß heißt es ankle

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