Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Chest"

The meaning of "Chest" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does clutching chest mean?
A: It means holding your chest, like this
Q: What does "Throwing out his chest " mean?
A: throw out your chest =胸を張る
ing形だから、 多分...

胸を張って、彼が(何か)をした。

という意味になると思います。
Q: What does reveling my chest mean?
A: Take shirt off
Q: What does to make chest light up mean?
A: To feel very proud (about yourself) - in a good way
Q: What does Hit your chest and say ''I can do anything''. mean?
A: You are correct, to "hit" or "pound" one's chest is a sign of masculinity and confidence.

Example sentences using "Chest"

Q: Please show me example sentences with to stick out one’s chest.
A: Before boxing competitions, each fighter must check their weight and then take a photo together where they usually stick out their chests to make themselves look big and confident.

Men usually stick out their chest when they are trying to intimidate someone, on the contrary, women stick out their chests out to attract or tease men
Q: Please show me example sentences with chest.
A: "Let's open the chest! Maybe there's gold inside?" (a box)

"I put my hand over my chest to feel my heartbeat." (body part)
Q: Please show me example sentences with (to) get it off my chest.
A: Yes, you got it.
Q: Please show me example sentences with to get it off my chest.
A: e.g "I have this thing...I need to get it off my chest,it's bothering me"

Synonyms of "Chest" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between chest and breast ?
A: Breast "generally" refers to a woman.

Chest "generally" refers to a man.

Breast is also used what referring to food. Chicken breast. You would not say chicken chest.

She's going to the doctor for a breast exam.

Pick up some chicken breast when your at the store.

He wants to build up his chest. So he's been working out a lot.


Q: What is the difference between are you saying that she had chest pains that I ordered the wrong medication? and are you saying that she had chest pains because I ordered the wrong medication? ?
A: The second is correct, you are speaking about reason of her pains.
(she had pains (why?) because I ordered wrong medication)
The first is incorrect.
Q: What is the difference between chest and thorax ?
A: The thorax is a specific part that is inside of the chest. The chest usually describes just the outside part of the body. If you are referring to pain in that area you would use chest. "ouch, my chest hurts" you would never say "ouch, my thorax hurts"
Q: What is the difference between A) I'm puffing my chest and B) I'm pumping my chest ?
A: puffing is to do with air going in and out of your body. Pumping is just squeezing things through, like your heart pumps blood, or the water pump
Q: What is the difference between chest and breast ?
A: The chest is basically the upper area in your torso.
The breasts are the muscles or lumps of meat on your chest (mostly prominent on women and used in poultry). They sometimes use Chest as a way to say Breast to avoid awkwardness.
Examples:
1)My chest feels heavy.
2)We served Chicken Breasts for dinner.
3)I am flat-chested.

Translations of "Chest"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Your chest pain is not related to your hypertension.
Is it correct?
A: @masa_sapporo_jp yes
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? She puffed out her chest
A: @Mad-scientist Lei gonfiava il petto
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? ​‎I think your chest pain is not relevant to your high blood presure. (is this correct?)
A: @masa_sapporo_jp
I think your chest pain is not related to your hypertension/high blood pressure.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? chest
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? chest
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Other questions about "Chest"

Q: In the chest of every citizen of the "Land of Fire", a burning flame rages, that is proved by the modern architectural complex, "Flame Towers", which has become a new landmark and symbol of developing Baku. Three high-rise buildings are designed in such a way that together they represent the flames, although people see in them something of their own: for ones they resemble the unfolding petals of a pomegranate or the open sails of yachts, for others - the fire which is one of the symbols of the country, and some will see the coat of arms of Azerbaijan. Does this sound natural?
A: Here are some corrections to make it sound natural:

In the chest of every citizen from the "Land of Fire", a burning flame rages, that is proven by the modern architectural complex, "Flame Towers", which has become a new landmark and symbol of developing Baku. Three high-rise buildings are designed in such a way that together they represent the flames, although people see in them something of their own. For some, they resemble the unfolding petals of a pomegranate or the open sails of yachts, for others, the fire, which is one of the symbols of the country, while others will see the coat of arms of Azerbaijan
Q: You can cry on my chest. Does this sound natural?
A: you can also add "if you want" or " if it will make you feel better".
You can cry on my chest if you want.
You can cry on my chest if it will make you feel better.
Q: why do you call “west”coat ?

I think chest coat.
A: The word I think you're looking for is "waistcoat," not west coat. It's very similar to a vest in appearance, though it is, I think, used strictly for the type of vest that is worn over a dress shirt and under a suit jacket.
Q: Suddenly, he suffered a squeezing chest pain, which was radiating to his left arm and neck. He also sweated and felt sick. A colleague noticed his abnormality and called an ambulance immediately although he said he was alright. Does this sound natural?
A: Some suggestions... yours is actually OK.

Suddenly, he suffered a crushing chest pain, radiating to his left arm and neck. He was sweating and felt sick. A colleague noticed something was wrong and called an ambulance immediately, although he said he was alright.

Suddenly, he felt a crushing chest pain radiating to his left arm and neck. He was sweating and felt sick. A colleague noticed something was wrong and called an ambulance immediately, although he said he was alright.

You can also call this pain a "suffocating chest pain".
Q: However She checks her chest and back figure in a mirror with a displeased face. Does this sound natural?
A: Leave out figure

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