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Pronunciation of Elbows: Learn how to pronounce Elbows in English correctly

Learn how to say Elbows correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word elbow:

the joint between the forearm and the upper arm:
she propped herself up on one elbow
the part of the sleeve of a garment covering the elbow:
I darned the elbows of my corduroy jacket
a thing resembling an elbow, in particular a piece of piping bent through an angle:
a cross-fitting with elbows and straight pipework
[with object and adverbial]
1push or strike (someone) with one’s elbow:
one player had elbowed another in the face
[no object, with adverbial of direction] move by pushing past people with one’s elbows:
he elbowed his way through the crush
2treat (a person or idea) dismissively:
the issues which concerned them tended to be elbowed aside by men
at one’s elbow
close at hand; nearby:
he was standing at her elbow, holding out her glass
very close together:
on the bank were dozens of anglers fishing elbow-to-elbow
give someone the elbow
British informal reject or dismiss someone:
I tried to get her to give him the elbow
she decided to give tradition the elbow
up to one’s elbows in
with one’s hands plunged in (something):
I was up to my elbows in the cheese-potato mixture
deeply involved in (a task or activity):
we’re going to get up to our elbows in the selection process
Old English elboga, elnboga, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch elleboog and German Ellenbogen (see also ell1, bow1)