Searched Term: breech
  • Breech | Definition of Breech by Merriam-Webster

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    Into the breech or the breach? If you are about to provide some much-needed assistance in a situation do you get ready to step (or leap, or jump) into the breach or ...
  • Breech - definition of breech by The Free Dictionary

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    breech (brēch) n. 1. The lower rear portion of the human trunk; the buttocks. 2. a. A breech presentation or delivery. b. A fetus in breech presentation. 3. breeches ...
  • Breech | Define Breech at Dictionary.com

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    Breech definition, the lower, rear part of the trunk of the body; buttocks. See more.
  • 'Breech' or 'breach'? | Oxford Dictionaries

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    Breech' and 'breach' are homophones – although they're pronounced the same way, they have very different meanings.
  • Breech Presentation - Breech Births

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    Breech births happen when the baby's buttocks or feet are to be delivered first. Breech presentations occur approximately 1 out of every 25 births.
  • Breech birth | BabyCenter

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    Find out what happens if your baby is in a breech position for delivery.
  • Breech Baby - A Guide to Breech Presentation - Spinning Babies

    https://spinningbabies.com/learn-more/baby-positions/breech/
    Head's up! A breech baby has their buttocks coming into mother's pelvis before the head. Usually, the buttocks will be born first, less often the feet or knees
  • What happens if your baby is breech? - NHS

    https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/pregnancy-and-baby/breech-birth/
    Find out about baby positions before birth including breech (feet first) and transverse (lying sideways) – plus what can be done to turn babies in the wrong ...
  • Breeches - Wikipedia

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    Etymology. Breeches is a double plural known since c. 1205, from Old English brēc, the plural of brōc "garment for the legs and trunk", from the Proto-Germanic word ...