- n.胸部，胸腔; 箱子; 金库; 资金;
- 复数: chests;
The knife had penetrated his chest.
Breathe out and ease your knees in toward your chest.
But there is more to Charles than his pert bottom and hairy chest.
Lili had a nasty chest infection.
He fell back into the water, his breath rasping in his heaving chest.
His chest was swathed in bandages.
The water came up to my chest.
He started flailing around and hitting Vincent in the chest.
Lenny still could not dissolve the nagging lump of tension in his chest.
He needs morphine to deaden the pain in his chest.
His chest heaved, and he took a deep breath.
Pop crossed his arms over his chest and watched us.
The majority of men have hair on their chest.
He poked a long bony finger in Billy's chest.
The disease typically manifests itself in a high fever and chest pains.
He has a slight wheeze in his chest.
He neatly fended off a jab at his chest.
The chest disease is endemic among miners in this area.
I don't know why he held his cards close to his chest.
Her head was resting comfortably against his chest.
His visit to a counsellor really helped him get thingsoff his chest.
If I tell you the secret, will you hold your cards close to your chest?
如果我告诉你这个秘密, 你能守口如瓶 吗 ?
He punched the man in the chest.
If something's bothering you, get it off your chest and tickle your [ the ] mind.
有什么不痛快的事, 就把它说出来,你心里也就 敞亮 了.
This carved chest is a genuine antique.
I want you to take my chest measurement.
He was shot in the chest.
He got jab bed in the lower part of his chest.
Please turn round and let me measure your chest.
Many of the images were stored in an ice chest, under freezing water, in the damaged wooden ship.
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The noise shakes the trees as the male beats his chest and charges toward me.
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To do CPR, you press on the sick person's chest so that blood moves through the body and takes oxygen to organs.
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1. the part of the human body between the neck and the diaphragm or the corresponding part in other vertebrates
2. box with a lid; used for storage; usually large and sturdy
3. furniture with drawers for keeping clothes
get something off one's chest
(informal)say something that one has wanted to say for a long time, resulting in a feeling of relief
play (或 keep) one's cards close to one's chest
(或 北美 vest)(informal)be extremely secretive and cautious about one's intentions
get (something) off (one's) chest
To vent one's pent-up feelings.
breast, bosom, chest