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NounEdit

esterno m (plural esternos)

  1. (anatomy) sternum

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esterno (feminine singular esterna, masculine plural esterni, feminine plural esterne)

  1. (attributive) external, outer, outside, out, outward, outdoor
  2. (sports) away
    partita esternaaway match

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esterno m (plural esterni)

  1. exterior, outside
  2. (baseball) outfielder (outfield player to catch fly balls)

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esterno

  1. first-person singular present indicative of esternare

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esterno

EtymologyEdit

From Ancient Greek στέρνον (stérnon, chest, breastbone, heart), from Proto-Indo-European *stern- (forehead, chest, side).

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NounEdit

esterno m (plural esternos)

  1. breastbone, sternum

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