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 Translation for 'back of the neck' from English to Swedish
anat.
nacke {u}
back of the neck
Partial Matches
anat.
nacke {u}
nape (of the neck)
bakhuvud {n}back of the head
anat.
handrygg {u}
back of the hand
idiom
att känna ngt. som sin egen ficka
to know sth. like the back of one's hand
baktill {adv}at the back
på baksidanat the back
allra längst bak {adv}at the very back
att falla ngn. i ryggen [idiom]to stab sb. in the back [fig.] [idiom]
att sätta på sparlåga ngt. [idiom]to put sth. on the back burner [idiom]
med.
bäckenfraktur {u}
fracture of the pelvis
med.
encefalit {u}
inflammation of the brain
kursstart {u}start of the course
relig.
allhelgonalitanian {u} [best. f.]
Litany of the Saints
med.
sjukbesök {n}
visit of the doctor
Varning för hunden!Beware of the dog!
med.
hjärninflammation {u}
inflammation of the brain
resten av ...the rest of ... [remainder]
hist.
världshistoria {u}
history of the world
filmF
Vargtimmen [Ingmar Bergman]
Hour of the Wolf
anat.
vitöga {n}
white of the eye
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Usage Examples English
  • While large prey such as antelopes are suffocated by a throat bite, smaller prey are killed by a bite on the back of the neck.
  • The small skull cap evolved into a bigger true helmet, the bascinet, as it was lengthened downward to protect the back of the neck and the sides of the head.
  • These include, but are not limited to, having sunken cheeks and/or "humps" on the back or back of the neck (also referred to as buffalo hump) which also exhibits due to excess cortisol.
  • In that time Brisbane acknowledged the two parent clubs for the merger with the letters BBFFC printed below the back of the neck of the club's guernseys from 2002.
  • The second bar is commonly curved to match the contour of the back of the neck.

  • The non-breeding adult differs from the breeding adult in that the cap and the back of the neck are more brownish.
  • For a jacket without a front strap, the most common way to escape is to hoist the arms over the head before undoing the crotch strap and at last the strap at the back of the neck.
  • Others are crew necked or polo necked and close at the back of the neck with a zipper or snaps.
  • When wearing the full bottomed wig, King's Counsel have a black rosette hanging from the back of the neck, which was originally intended to catch oil and powder that might otherwise mark the silk gown.
  • Ramp was killed by a shot to the back of the neck.

  • They are mentioned both in descriptions of nature and in references to the "butterfly clasp" used by women to hold hair in a way that covers the back of the neck.
  • Sensation to the front areas of the neck comes from the roots of the spinal nerves C2-C4, and at the back of the neck from the roots of C4-C5.
  • In that time Brisbane acknowledged the two parent clubs for the merger with the letters BBFFC printed below the back of the neck of the club's guernseys from 2002.
  • This serves to taper the back (and overall body depth) at its upper end to meet the back of the neck joint flush with its heel.
  • On the back of the neck, and frequently extending on to its lateral surfaces, is a shallow groove for the transverse atlantal ligament which retains the process in position.

  • The common name "pricklenape" refers to a row of dorsal spines which runs down the back of the neck.
  • The shape of the back of the neck was different, less rounded with an edge, the bridge was curved making the G strings higher.
  • The back of the neck and head are greyish brown and bordered by white neck stripes.
  • The tuft of hair from the back of the neck, the "gamsbart" (chamois "beard"), is traditionally worn as a decoration on hats throughout the alpine countries.
  • The bull will charge the horses in the ring and, at the moments prior to contact, the picador lances the bull in a large muscle at the back of the neck; thus begins the work of lowering his head.

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