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Urban Dictionary: waist.
Commonly called that because it is a waste of space and if it weren't' there, then there'd' just be tits and ass! Noun - I" tell you man, if the waist weren't' there we wouldn't' have ta look after so much, and Vegas would be so much closer to Disneyland."
Waist to Height Ratio Calculator.
The waist-height ratio indicator is equally valid for children and adults, irrespective of age, although the parameters for waist circumference, height and waist-height ratio could vary between races and ethnicities. Use Medindia's' Waist to Height Ratio Calculator to know your body shape, waist and height measurements.
Waist - Definition, Meaning Synonyms Vocabulary.com.
Waist can also refer to the part of a piece of clothing that covers the waist - like the waist or waistline of a dress or a jacket. Most likely you know these most common definitions of waist, but did you know that a waist can also be the narrow part of a shoe, or of a violin?
What's' Your Waist to Hip Ratio? SHP Nutrition Trends UAB.
The researchers looked at the relationship between waist to hip ratio and Body Mass Index BMI how we measure weight for height and how many people died over the next 6 years. As it turned out, a high waist to hip ratio was more likely to be related to death than was BMI.
Waist Definition Meaning Britannica Dictionary.
He has a narrow waist and broad shoulders. He put his arm around her waist. They lay in the sun naked from the waist up. They lay in the sun stripped to the waist. paralyzed from the waist down paralyzed below the waist.
waist Etymology, origin and meaning of waist by etymonline.
late 14c, middle" part of the body, also part" of a garment fitted for the waist, portion of a garment that covers the waist" but, due to fashion styles, often above or below it, probably from Old English wæst growth, hence, where" the body grows, from Proto-Germanic wahs-tu- source also of Old English wæstm, Old Norse vöxtr, Swedish växt, Old High German wahst growth, increase, Gothic wahstus stature, Old English weaxan to" grow" see wax v, from PIE wegs-, extended form of root aug- 1 to" increase."
Waist size may be a predictor of life expectancy - Mayo Clinic.
For women, those with a 37-inch 94centimeter waist had an 80 percent higher risk of death than did women with a 27.5-inch 70-centimeter waist. A large waist circumference is a red flag for excessive abdominal fat, which is associated with obesity-related conditions, such as type 2 diabetes, high cholesterol, high triglycerides, high blood pressure and coronary artery disease.
waist noun Definition, pictures, pronunciation and usage notes Oxford Advanced Learner's' Dictionary at OxfordLearnersDictionaries.com.
He put his arm around her waist. She was paralysed from the waist down in the area below her waist. The workmen were stripped to the waist wearing no clothes on the top half of their bodies. Homophones waist waste waist waste.
Keep the size of your waist to less than half of your height, updated NICE draft guideline recommends News and features News NICE.
A waist measurement of more than half of a person's' height, is an indication of greater risk. Young people should be encouraged to seek advice about weight management, and sensitively supported to lower their risk of developing these conditions, and to improve overall health and wellbeing.
The dangers and benefits of aesthetic waist training.
Through wearing a waist trainer, also known as a waist cincher, that is uncomfortably tighter than it should be, specifically a steel-boned corset, over a prolonged period of time, your organs can actually move permanently and result in permanent internal damage.

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