[peks] /pɛks/

plural noun, Informal.
pectoral muscles.
(usually pl) (informal) short for pectoral muscle
/Hungarian peːtʃ/
an industrial city in SW Hungary: university (1367). Pop: 158 942 (2003 est)

pec (pěk)
A pectoral muscle. Often used in the plural.


A pectoral muscle: All the male weight lifters love her a bushel and a pec (1966+)
pectoral muscle
pectoral muscles


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