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lower leg (from knee to ankle) / shank
knee / (Internet slang) to kneel down (in admiration)
HSK 6
charactercopypronouncebaikeskritterexampleCorrect
  *膝* | 膝* | *膝
knee
kneepad / knee brace
calf (back of the leg below the knee)
level with one's knees / knee-length (skirt etc) / knee-deep (mud etc)
at the knee (in reference to children) / (salutation used in letters to parents or grandparents)
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  *腘* | 腘* | *腘
knee pit / popliteal fossa (medicine)
articular capsule (of joint such as knee in anatomy)
to bow and bend the knee (idiom); fawning / bending and scraping to curry favor
popliteal (anatomy) / hollow at the back of the knee
tiger bench (torture method in which the victim sits with legs extended horizontally along a bench, upper legs held down with straps while bricks are inserted under the feet, forcing the knee joint to bend in reverse)
servile and bending the knee (idiom); fawning / bending and scraping to curry favor
charactercopypronouncebaikeskritterexampleCorrect
  *袚* | 袚* | *袚
knee-pads / buskins
(dialect) knee
genuflection, a form of salutation in Qing times performed by men, going down on the right knee and reaching down with the right hand


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