[flahng-kuh n] /ˈflɑŋ kən/
a strip of meat from the front end of the short ribs of beef.
Jewish Cookery. a dish of this meat boiled and often served with horseradish or a horseradish-flavored sauce.
[flang-ker] /ˈflæŋ kər/ noun 1. a person or thing that flanks. 2. Military. one of a body of soldiers placed on the flank of an army to guard a line of march. 3. Fortification. a fortification projecting so as to defend another work or to command the flank of an assailing body. 4. Football. /ˈflæŋkə/ […]
- Flank position
flank position n. A lateral recumbent position in which the lower leg is flexed and the upper leg is extended, with convex extension of the upper side of the body, used for nephrectomy.
[flangk] /flæŋk/ noun 1. the side of an animal or a person between the ribs and hip. 2. the thin piece of flesh constituting this part. 3. a slice of meat from the flank of an animal. 4. the side of anything, as of a building. 5. Military, Navy. the extreme right or left side […]
noun 1. the maximum possible speed of a ship.