English to Arabic Meaning of throat - حلق

Throat :

حلق, العنق, جرس, أحشاء, الغزلان الرقبة, مريء, خنق, ممر ضيق, المريء, السنونو, نسر, عنق الرحم, رئيس, كتف, ضيق

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Definitions of throat in English
Noun(1) the passage to the stomach and lungs; in the front part of the neck below the chin and above the collarbone(2) an opening in the vamp of a shoe at the instep(3) a passage resembling a throat in shape or function(4) the part of an animal's body that corresponds to a person's throat
Examples of throat in English
(1) to have a sore throat(2) That's when the nausea set in, and he quickly moved to cover his mouth in case his throat muscles failed to suppress the vomit.(3) he's pouring beer down his throat(4) When the throat halliard is belayed, hoist the peak until deep, full wrinkles appear in the throat of the sail.(5) Out of the corner of her eye, Mandy suddenly spotted one of her aides making frantic cutting motions across the throat while waving the front page of the Sun.(6) The infection spreads from the nose or throat through the Eustachian tube, a passage between the throat and the middle ear.(7) The soft palate forms a curtain between the mouth and the throat , or pharynx, to the rear.(8) Her palm was wrapped around the front of his throat , and he gagged once or twice.(9) Every cough that racked his body grated on his throat and made his mouth feel like sandpaper.(10) At this point, pressure is applied to the suspect's neck between the throat and the carotid artery with the lower forearm.(11) The spicy, and burning taste of bile and stomach acid burned my throat and mouth.(12) A silver necklace gleamed from around her throat , accenting her delicate neck.(13) I screamed over and over until I could not feel my throat screaming anymore.(14) The throat of the sail is lashed with a 4 mm lacing line to the shank of the bolt behind the gaff jaw.(15) They had decided to meet the Utuku in the narrow throat in the Papti Plain between the Lolopopo Swamp and the great bend of the Adkapo.(16) He smiled as he traced his fingernails down Ford's cheek, then dug them into the front of his throat .
Related Phrases of throat
(1) sore throat ::
إلتهاب الحلق
(2) deep throat ::
حلق عميق
(3) have a sore throat ::
يكون التهاب في الحلق
(4) strep throat ::
التهاب الحلق
(5) cut-throat ::
(6) throat cancer ::
سرطان الحنجرة
(7) scratchy throat ::
التهاب في الحلق
(8) to have a sore throat ::
لديك التهاب في الحلق
(9) throat lozenge ::
الحلق معينات
1. gullet ::
2. esophagus ::
3. windpipe ::
قصبة هوائية
4. trachea ::
ةقصبة الهوائية
5. gorge ::
ممر ضيق
6. maw ::
7. neck ::
8. jowl ::
Different Forms
throat, throatily, throats, throaty
Word Example from TV Shows
No... [clears throat]

No... [clears THROAT] Sorry.

The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 3

With a knife at your throat?

With a knife at your THROAT?

Game of Thrones Season 7, Episode 6



Vikings Season 1, Episode 1

and left her there with
her throat cut open.

and left her there with her THROAT cut open.

Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 8

(STUTTERS) I knew the answer,
I got excited. (CLEARS THROAT)

(STUTTERS) I knew the answer, I got excited. (CLEARS THROAT)

The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 9

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