body brace

body brace
кузовное железо

Англо-русский словарь по машиностроению. 2014.

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  • Brace — may refer to:Medical* Brace (orthopaedic), a device used to restrict or assist body movement * Back brace, a device limiting motion of the spine ** Milwaukee brace, a kind of back brace used in the treatment of spinal curvatures * Cervical collar …   Wikipedia

  • brace — ► NOUN 1) (braces) Brit. a pair of straps passing over the shoulders and fastening to the top of trousers to hold them up. 2) a strengthening or supporting piece or part. 3) a wire device fitted in the mouth to straighten the teeth. 4) (also… …   English terms dictionary

  • brace — brace1 [brās] vt. braced, bracing [ME bracen < OFr bracer, to brace, embrace < L brachia, pl. of brachium, an arm < Gr brachiōn, arm, upper arm < brachys, short (in contrast to the longer lower arm): see MERRY] 1. to tie or bind on… …   English World dictionary

  • brace — brace1 [breıs] v 1.) [T] to mentally or physically prepare yourself or someone else for something unpleasant that is going to happen brace yourself (for sth) ▪ Nancy braced herself for the inevitable arguments. ▪ You had better brace yourself I… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • brace — I UK [breɪs] / US verb Word forms brace : present tense I/you/we/they brace he/she/it braces present participle bracing past tense braced past participle braced 1) [intransitive/transitive] to get ready for something unpleasant brace yourself for …   English dictionary

  • brace — [[t]bre͟ɪs[/t]] braces, bracing, braced (The plural form for meaning 5 is brace.) 1) VERB If you brace yourself for something unpleasant or difficult, you prepare yourself for it. [V pron refl for n] He braced himself for the icy plunge into the… …   English dictionary

  • brace — brace1 [ breıs ] verb 1. ) intransitive or transitive to get ready for something unpleasant: brace yourself for something: I braced myself for the results of my blood test. brace yourself to do something: Smith braced himself to deliver the bad… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • brace — 1 verb 1 (T) to prepare for something unpleasant that is going to happen: brace yourself for: Nancy braced herself for the inevitable arguments. | brace yourself to do: Jean, you d better brace yourself to hear bad news. | be braced for: The… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • Brace position — Bracing or crash position is an instruction that can be given to prepare for a crash, such as on an aircraft, the instruction to brace for impact is often given if the aircraft must make an emergency landing over land or water. Contents 1 Types… …   Wikipedia

  • Brace (orthopaedic) — An orthopaedic brace (also orthosis or orthotic) is a device used to: *immobilize a joint or body segment, *restrict movement in a given direction, *assist movement, *reduce weight bearing forces, or *correct the shape of the body.Most often in… …   Wikipedia

  • brace — An orthosis or orthopedic appliance that supports or holds in correct position a part of the body and can allow motion at adjacent joints, in contrast to a splint, which prevents motion of the part. [M.E., fr. O.Fr., fr. L. bracchium, arm, fr. G …   Medical dictionary

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