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Fiche vocabulaire anglais : le corps humain

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Français Anglais Exemples (En cours de test : plus d'info ?)
être nu to be naked
hanche hip
la barbe the beard
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sikhs consider the beard to be part of the nobility and dignity of their manhood. (source : Wikipedia).

la bouche the mouth
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among the other phyla, the ctenophora and the cnidaria, which includes sea anemones, corals, and jellyfish, are radially symmetric and have digestive chambers with a single opening, which serves as both the mouth and the anus. (source : Wikipedia).

la cheville the ankle
la colonne vertébrale the vertebral column
la cuisse the thigh
la jambe the leg
la langue the tongue
la main the hand
la moustache the moustache
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however, in the early twentieth century beards started a slow decline in popularity, while some prominent figures retained them (like sigmund freud, albeit severely shortened from the fashion of prior decades) most men which in the 20s and 30s still retained facial hair limited it to the moustache or a goatee (marcel proust, albert einstein, vladimir lenin, leon trotsky, adolf hitler, josef stalin) beards, together with long hair, were reintroduced to mainstream society in western europe and the americas by the hippie movement of the mid 1960s. (source : Wikipedia).

la peau the skin
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mudskippers breathe by absorbing oxygen across the skin (similar to what frogs do). (source : wikipedia).

la poitrine the chest
la taille the waist
la tête the head
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this was held in place by a ribbon tied over the head and attached to a gold chin strap, a fashion existing from about 3000 to 1580 bc. (source : Wikipedia).

le bras the arm
le cerveau the brain
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as well as controlling the functions of some of the muscles and body organs, in bony fish at least the brain stem is also concerned with respiration and osmoregulation. (source : wikipedia).

le coeur the heart
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the primary function of the heart is to circulate the blood, and through the blood, oxygen and vital minerals, to the tissues and organs that comprise the body. (source : Wikipedia).

le corps the body
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by the time the human reaches adulthood, the body consists of close to 10 trillion cells, the basic unit of life. (source : Wikipedia).

le cou the neck
le coude the elbow
le dos the back
le foie the liver
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organs such as the liver and pancreas add enzymes and various digestive chemicals as the food moves through the digestive tract. (source : wikipedia).

le front the forehead
le genou the knee
le menton the chin
le nez the nose
le pied the foot
le poignet the wrist
le rein the kidney
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the kidney communicates with these organs through hormones secreted into the bloodstream. (source : Wikipedia).

le tibia the shinbone
les cheveux hair
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the beard's loss of popularity since its nineteenth century heyday is shown by the fact that after this brief "golden age", no president has worn a full beard since benjamin harrison, and no president has worn any facial hair at all since william h. (source : Wikipedia).

l'avant bras forehand
l'estomac the stomach
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when it enters the stomach, the food is further broken down and, in many fish, further processed in fingerlike pouches called pyloric caeca. (source : wikipedia).

un doigt a finger
un oeil an eye
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if this seems wasteful, put the plug in the sink, and keep an eye on the water level. (source : Recettes de cuisine).

un orteil a toe
un os a bone
un poil a body hair
un poumon a lung
une barbe a beard
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nowadays, members of many catholic religious communities, mainly those of franciscan origin, use a beard as a sign of their vocation. (source : Wikipedia).

une cicatrice a scar
une dent a tooth(pluriel : teeth)
une dent de lait a milktooth
une joue a cheek
une lèvre the lips
une oreille the ears
une ride a wrinkle
vertèbres vertebrae

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