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

The meaning of "Rib" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Oh, my ribs! mean?
A: My ribs hurt
Q: What does rib it off mean?
A: You mean 'rip it off'.
rip = tear
it = it
off = off

rip it off means tearing something off.
rip it off also means pull something off.
rip it off also means to remove off something quick.

rip off means to cheat or exploit someone financially
Q: What does ribs mean?
A: ribs=costillas
Q: What does prime rib mean?
A: Prime rib is the first cut of beef from the seven ribs below a cows loins

Example sentences using "Rib"

Q: Please show me example sentences with to rib.
A: the constant ribbing from his teammates made him frustrated when he needed to focus.

Synonyms of "Rib" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between rib cage and thorax ?
A: @englishazerbaijani

Thorax is the entire chest area. Again, a medical term only.

The rib cage is the lattice of bones in the chest
Q: What is the difference between I was cracked in my rib. and I was cracked at my rib. and Do I need preposition? ?
A: It is more common to say "My rib was cracked." or "My rib was broken.", so you don't need a preposition.
Saying "I was cracked in/at my rib." is a bit awkward because it almost sounds like your whole body was cracked open around your ribs! Ouch!
Q: What is the difference between rib and rib cage ?
A: They both mean the same.

The ribs are part of the rib cage, which is the bony frame formed by the ribs around the chest.
Ribs can also be the type of meat you eat when barbecued.
Q: What is the difference between rib and chop ?
A: I will show you on a pig. First the pig cut diagram:

A rib usually comes from the spareribs, but may also come from the loin. Pork chops come from the loin. Here is the loin only:

Translations of "Rib"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? rib cage
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? I nearly cracked my ribs laughing to that, sounds natural?
A: That I know:) does it sound natural? Thanks

Other questions about "Rib"

Q: I was hospitalized with a ribs fracture. does this sound natural?
A: I was hospitalised with fractured ribs
Q: Bone-in short ribs does this sound natural?
A: Yes. It's OK.
Q: He was so lucky. He could have stuck his rib into his his lung when he slipped in the bathroom and hit his blest on the edge of the bathtub. But fortunately, he just broke his rib. It could have been worse. does this sound natural?
A: It is natural Jayden, though what is "blest" is it "chest"?

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Q: If ribs cage means chest? What is difference beetwen this words?
A: The rib cage is the bone structure within the chest. The chest is just the area of your body where it is.
Q: I might crack my ribs. (肋骨にひびが入ったかもしれない) does this sound natural?
A: The verb tense is incorrect, and "rib" probably should be singular:
"I might have cracked my rib."

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