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wrist n (body part)muñeca nf
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dislocate your wrist v expr (suffer displaced wrist joint)dislocarse la muñeca loc verb
 It's quite easy to dislocate your wrist - I did it just by taking the lid off a jam jar.
slap on the wrist n figurative (mild reprimand)amonestación menor nf
 Two years in prison was no more than a slap on the wrist for that revolting murderer. He needn't have worried about the sentence as he was only given a slap on the wrist.
 Dos años de prisión fueron sólo una amonestación menor para ese asqueroso asesino. No se debería haber preocupado por esa oración ya que sólo le dieron una amonestación menor.
wrist joint n (articulation between arm and hand) Anatmuñeca nf
 The wrist joint contains many bones and is highly complex.
 La muñeca está compuesta de muchos huesos y es altamente compleja.
 Medarticulación de la muñeca nf
wrist watch n (timepiece worn on the wrist)reloj (de) pulsera nm
 Do you have the time? - I forgot my wrist watch today.
 ¿Tienes hora? Olvidé mi reloj de pulsera.
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