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bone /bəʊn $ boʊn/ noun

عظم ، استخوان بندی ، گرفتن یا برداشتن ، خواستن ، درخواست کردن ، تقاضاکردن ، قانون ـ فقه: استخوان
پزشکی: استخوان

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

Synonyms: dice, African dominoes, cubes, devil's-bones, ivory, tats, dollar, bill, buck, fish, frogskin, iron man, one, skin, smacker, smackeroo

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. bone1 S2 W2 /bəʊn $ boʊn/ noun
[Language: Old English; Origin: ban]

1. [countable] one of the hard parts that together form the frame of a human, animal, or fish body:
The X-ray showed that the bone was broken in two places.
hip/leg/cheek etc bone (=the bone in your hip etc)
He broke his collar bone.
big-boned/fine-boned/small-boned etc (=with big etc bones)
She was tall and big-boned.
Amelia had inherited her mother’s good bone structure.

2. [uncountable] a substance made of bones:
the bone handle of his dagger

3. the bare bones the simplest and most important details of something:
I can’t tell you more than the bare bones of what happened.

4. make no bones about (doing) something to not feel nervous or ashamed about doing or saying something:
Mary made no bones about enjoying a drink.

5. bone of contention something that causes arguments between people:
The examination system has long been a serious bone of contention in this country.

6. be chilled/frozen to the bone to be extremely cold

7. skin and bone very thin:
She was all skin and bone.

8. a bag of bones someone who is much too thin

9. feel/know something in your bones to be certain that something is true, even though you have no proof and cannot explain why you are certain:
She knew that something good was sure to happen; she could feel it in her bones.

10. have a bone to pick with somebody spoken used to tell someone that you are annoyed with them and want to talk about it

11. close to the bone a remark, statement etc that is close to the bone is close to the truth in a way that may offend someone:
His jokes were a bit close to the bone.

12. cut something to the bone to reduce costs, services etc as much as possible:
Shops cut prices to the bone in the January sales.

13. on the bone meat that is served on the bone is still joined to the bone:
a boiled ham on the bone

14. off the bone meat that is served off the bone has been cut away from the bone:
roasted duck, off the bone
dry as a bone at dry1(1), ⇒ work your fingers to the bone at work1(29)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. bone2 verb [transitive]
to remove the bones from fish or meat:
boned breast and thigh meat
bone up on something phrasal verb
to learn as much as you can about a subject, because you need the knowledge, for example for an examination:
I have to bone up on criminal law for a test next week.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

ADJ. delicate, fine the delicate bones of her face
healthy | brittle, fragile She was diagnosed as having brittle bones.
broken, cracked, splintered | weary | bleached, dry Her eyes were black in a face the colour of bleached bones.
ankle, breast, cheek, collar, hip, leg, shin, thigh | animal, chicken, dinosaur, human
VERB + BONE break, chip, crack, fracture | rest He longed to get home to bed and rest his weary bones.
BONE + NOUN structure The black and white photographs emphasized her fine bone structure.
marrow a bone marrow transplant
cancer, disease, disorders | graft, surgery
PHRASES (break/jar) every bone in sb's body The shock jarred every bone in his body.
skin and bone He's all skin and bone after his illness.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


The doctor thought that I had a broken bone in my wrist.
Luckily the bone wasn't broken.
a thigh/hip/ankle etc bone
He was so thin that his hip bones were sticking out.
human/animal bones
They dug up a lot of human bones from under the castle.
break a bone
I hope you haven't broken a bone.
fracture a bone (=to break a bone so that a line appears on the surface)
Sally fell, fracturing a bone in her leg.
bone structure (=the shape of your face, formed by the bones in it)
She had beautiful eyes and fine bone structure.
bone disease
He suffered from a rare bone disease.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

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