bend your knees
I like to wear my skirts knee length.
After his knee repair, he could walk without pain.
Tom hurt his left knee during practice, so John had to play the game in his place.
My brother may have to be operated on for the knee injury.
His knee turned a ghastly blackish purple from the swelling.
The breakage goes from the ankle to the knee. It's like the bone just disintegrated.
He decided to play it safe and pull out of the tournament due to his injured knee.
I'm pouring some anti-inflammatory cream on my right knee.
I will buy medicine because my knee hurts me.
It's my right knee.
I hurt my knee at GP lesson
I was on my hands and knees looking for him.
nom pl колени, g pl коленей; колен in set phrases: встать с колен to get up from one’s knees
Today I learned a lot of Spanish words and now I know how to say "cheek," "chin," and "knee."
English word "kolano"(knee) occurs in sets:9.7 OXFORD CZŁOWIEK FEELINGS body partsBODY PARTS - do egzaminu do pani FeliniakINFOMINT English: Człowiek - ciało i twarzW gabinecie lekarskim (części ciała)Fiszki z książki - "Mothers to Men" (Zona Gale)
Everything fell into my lap.
She was brought up in the lap of luxury.
Sit on my lap.
There are two more laps to go in the race.
You have only to sit quietly with your hands folded in your lap.
Ben acted out the scene of the waitress spilling soup in his lap.
The coxswain egged his crewmen on, and made a winning spurt at the last lap of the regatta.
With a little laugh, she jumped off her mothers lap and ran to play with the two girls on the swing
He was in the lead right up until the final lap.
Mommy picked up Joe and sat him in her lap.
This is a short race-only one lap.
How long did it take you to do one lap of the course?
Final lap was the hardest.
An example of a lap is where a child sits on her mother. The cat lay curled uo asleep on lady's lap.
The impudent child extended her legs across my lap.
English word "kolano"(lap) occurs in sets:Some words from Harry Potter 1#WORLD OF GESTURESAngielski kartkówkaHP Kamień Filozof.cz.18. Getting arround