English version

pecs

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpecspecs /peks/ noun [plural] informal  x-refpectorals
Examples from the Corpus
pecsWe hadn't realised they had such rippling pecs and bulging biceps!The pectoralis minor lies underneath the pectoralis major and in almost all cases any reference to the pecs means the pectoralis major.By working the pecs from different angles it is possible to direct the work-load to different parts of the muscle.The pecs are such a dominant muscle group visually that it is very difficult to hide faults in development.The pecs respond fairly quickly regular training, especially the bench press.Derrick Evans is Roland Rat with pecs appeal - and the housewives love it.Then out the glass door, back to your health club, your pecs, your abs.
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