English version

elbow in Human topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishelbowel‧bow1 /ˈelbəʊ $ -boʊ/ ●●○ noun [countable]  1 HBHthe joint where your arm bends2 DCCthe part of a shirt etc that covers your elbow3 elbow grease4 give somebody the elbow5 elbow room6 TBa curved part of a pipe rub elbows with somebody at rub1(5)
Examples from the Corpus
elbowHis shot had struck the shoulder joint, and... came out between the shoulder and elbow.Apply once or twice a week, especially to backs of arms and thighs, your feet, elbows and knees.Polly said, materializing at my elbow.The group has a single tendon insertion below the elbow into the forearm.Lying as shown, raise the elbows, head and shoulders, bringing your chin as close to your chest as possible.Most of the Acutes in the dorm. are up on their elbows, blinking and listening.