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lower limb of the face, below the oral cavity. Gymnastic. to lift the chin (a parallel pole on which you hang your hands) by flexing your arms, to lift or keep the chin in this post.
To chin oneself. Sitting up all dark and laughing about our collegiate years, head up to keep a happy mood despite troubles, disappointment and so on. Chin up too. Take it on the chin, informal. Go through failure. Bear the ordeal.
Also Tsin. one of three dictatorships that reigned in China, a.d. 265-316 (the western Chin), a.d. 317-420 (the eastern Chin) and a.d. 936-46 (the later Chin). a dictatorship that reigned in China 1115-1234. Chin. or Chin. a chinesische cither, which consists of an elongated, slightly arched wood case, over which is pulled with one side and with the other. a Dynastie in the old China, 221-206 pres. v. Chr., characterized by the origin of a united realm and the building of a large part of the Chinesische wall.
He' lasted the last 12 months or more up to his chin. Austin found him seated on the stool next to his table, his chin on his elbows. Nevertheless, there was a protrusion of the chin and a protrusion of the jaw that freed him from any traces of sissification.
He put his hands under my chin, as was his tradition of giving orders. Tiakens had put the rim of the ice-cream cone under his chin and he was knocked out. Hold up your chin to stay happy in hard circumstances. Chin. n. Old Englisch chin, chinn "chin" (but in some connections that suggest an older, wider meaning of "jawbone"); a general Teutonic term (cf. Old Saxon and Old High Teutonic chin; Old Norse chin; Teutonic chin "chin;" Gothic chinus "cheek"), from PIE *genu- "chin, jawbone" rooib.
Avestan gluh, Avestan zanu- "chin;" armenic chin to chin;" armonian chin to chin;" latin genius "lower jaw," chin;" altirisch chin," chin," gin Altirisch "mouth," Welsh to "jaw bone, chin"). v. 1590s, "to squeeze (lovingly) chin to chin," from chin (n.). The word "to the chin" (of a violin) is from 1869.
Slang means" to speak, to clap" is from 1883, American English. A heightened beam for practicing was used in the 1880s. n. The protrusion created by the front projections of the lower mandible. Copyright © 2002, 2001, 1995 par Houghton Mifflin Company.
Edited by the Houghton Mifflin Company. see, hold the chin up; guide with the chin; take it on the chin. Copyright © 2002, 2001, 1995 par Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. Edited by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Verlag.