English → English - arm

Pronunciation
n. part of the body between the shoulder and the hand
v. equip with weapons; be equipped with weapons
n. arm, part of the body between the shoulder and the hand; poor, poverty-stricken people

English → Spanish - arm

Pronunciation
s. brazo; arma
v. armar, militarizar

English → French - arm

Pronunciation
n. bras
v. armer; s'armer

English → German - arm

Pronunciation
n. Arm
v. bewaffnen; sich bewaffnen

English → Indonesian - arm

Pronunciation
n. lengan, tangan, kekuatan
v. mempersenjatai, memperlengkapi, siap berperang, bersiap menghadapi semua kemungkinan

English → Italian - arm

Pronunciation
s. braccio; bracciolo; manica; (naut.) marra; varea
v. armare; munire; rifornire, equipaggiare

English → Polish - arm

Pronunciation
n. ręka, ramię, poręcz, łapa, skrzydło, konar, wysięgnik, wysięgnica, broń
v. uzbrajać, uzbrajać się, zbroić się, uzbroić

English → Portuguese - arm

Pronunciation
s. braço; ramo de árvore
v. armar-se; andar armado

English → Romanian - arm

Pronunciation
n. braţ, mână, brâncă, labă, mânecă, cracă, creangă, aripă, armă: arme, armament, blazon, armoarii, categorie de armă, profesiune de militar, militărie
v. înarma

English → Russian - arm

Pronunciation
с. рука, ручка; передняя лапа, крыло; сила, власть; ветвь, ответвление, сук, большая ветвь; рукоятка, рычаг, плечо рычага; стержень, рукав; подлокотник; спица, стрела; рог якоря; крыло семафор
г. вооружать, вооружаться, вооружиться, заряжать, взводить

English → Turkish - arm

Pronunciation
f. silâhlanmak, silâhlandırmak; zırh giydirmek, donatmak, sağlamak; elini uzatmak, destek olmak; sarılmak
i. kol; dal, şube, pazı; güç, otorite; silâh, cephane; koy, körfez

English → Ukrainian - arm

Pronunciation
n. рука, лапа: передня лапа, рукав, могутність, влада, затока: вузька морська затока, рукав ріки, підлокітник, спиця, плече, ручка, зброя, повзун
v. озброювати, озброюватися, заряджати, зброїти
a. збройовий

German → English - arm

Pronunciation
n. part of the body between the shoulder and the hand

Dutch → English - arm

Pronunciation
adv. poorly, indigently, destitutely

English → Dutch - arm

Pronunciation
zn. arm
ww. bewapenen

English → Greek - arm

Pronunciation
ουσ. μπράτσο, βραχιόνας
ρήμ. οπλίζω

German → Spanish - arm

Pronunciation
n. brazo (m), remo (m), rayo (m)
adj. pobre, necesitado, menesteroso, indigente, recurso: sin recursos, deficiente, aporreado, apurado, desposeído, desheredado

German → French - arm

Pronunciation
n. manche (f), branche (f), bras (m)
adj. pauvre, maigre
adv. pauvrement

German → Italian - arm

Pronunciation
n. forza (f), braccio (m), ramo (m), tentacolo (m)
adj. povero, misero, miserabile, disperato, sterile, bisognoso
adv. poveramente

German → Russian - arm

Pronunciation
n. рука (m), щупальце (m), рукав (m), крыло семафора (m), рожок (m), плечо рычага (m), рычаг (m), рукоятка (m)

German → Turkish - arm

Pronunciation
i. kol (m), dal (m), güç (m)

Dutch → French - arm

Pronunciation
1. (armoede) pauvre; déshérité; infortuné; indigent 2. (persoon) pauvre; ruiné; appauvri
3. (zee) bras (m); bras de mer
4. (anatomie) bras (m)

German → Dutch - arm

Pronunciation
arm ,berooid

English → Arabic - arm

Pronunciation
‏ذراع، سلاح، لسان البحر الداخل، يد الكرسى، شعبة من الجيش، قوة، سلطة‏
‏تسلح، صان، حصن، هيأ‏

English → Chinese - arm

Pronunciation
(名) 臂; 扶手; 臂状物; 杆#兵种
(动) 武装起来; 用武器装备; 提供, 配备

English → Chinese - arm

Pronunciation
(名) 臂; 扶手; 臂狀物; 桿#兵種
(動) 武裝起來; 用武器裝備; 提供, 配備

English → Hindi - arm

Pronunciation
n. बांह, भुजा
v. शस्त्रों से सिज्जत करना

English → Japanese - arm

Pronunciation
(名) 腕; 腕状のもの; ひじ掛け; 武器; 武力; 紋章
(動) 武装させる; 備えさせる

English → Korean - arm

Pronunciation
명. 팔
동. 무장하다; 무장시키다

English → Vietnamese - arm

Pronunciation
n. tay, cánh tay, nhánh sông, binh khí, tùng quân, đầu hàng, cuộc diển binh, huy chương, huy hiệu, ngành trong quân đội, quyền lực của quan
v. có thế lực, cấp binh khí

German → Chinese - arm

Pronunciation
[der]臂。臂膀。手臂。

Definition of arm

Pronunciation
Noun
1. The portion of the upper human appendage, from the shoulder to the wrist and sometimes including the hand.
She stood with her right arm extended and her palm forward to indicate “Stop!”
2. The extended portion of the upper limb, from the shoulder to the elbow.
The arm and forearm are parts of the upper limb in the human body.
3. A limb, or locomotive or prehensile organ, of an invertebrate animal.
The arms of an octopus
4. A long, narrow, more or less rigid part of an object extending from the main part or centre of the object, such as the arm of an armchair, a crane, a pair of spectacles or a pair of compasses.
The robot arm reached out and placed the part on the assembly line.
5. A bay or inlet off a main body of water.
Shelburne Bay is an arm of Lake Champlain.
6. A branch of an organization.
The cavalry arm of the military service
7. Power; might; strength; support.
The arm of the law
The secular arm
8. A pitcher
9. One of the two parts of a chromosome.
10. A group of patients in a medical trial.
Verb
11. To take by the arm; to take up in one's arms.
12. To supply with arms or limbs.
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Verb Forms

Present participle: arming
Present: arm (3.person: arms)
Past: armed
Future: will arm
Present conditional: would arm
Present Perfect: have armed (3.person: has armed)
Past Perfect: had armed
Future Perfect: will have armed
Past conditional: would have armed
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