English version

rib cage in Human topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrib cageˈrib cage noun [countable] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š HBHHBAthe structure of ribs in your chest
Examples from the Corpus
rib cageβ€’ Your oblique abdominal muscle will contract as rib cage rotates.β€’ I drive my chin into his rib cage.β€’ The cold pressed into his rib cage.β€’ Graham Marshall followed with injuries to his rib cage which according to the internationalist following the game, will possibly terminate his career.β€’ His rib cage was missing on one side where a large piece of shell casing stuck out from under his breastbone.β€’ The Endomorph isn't necessarily large framed but is sturdily built with a large rib cage, waist and hips.β€’ It gradually tightens itself so as to not allow for expansion of the rib cage.