Synonyms of chest in English:

chest


See definition of chest

noun

1‘he had several bullet wounds in his chest’

SYNONYMS

breast, upper body, body, torso, trunk

technical thorax, sternum

2‘the matron had a phenomenally large chest’

SYNONYMS

bust, bosom

archaic embonpoint

3‘they took logs from a metal-bound oak chest’

SYNONYMS

box, case, casket, crate, trunk, coffer, strongbox

container, receptacle


Phrases

    get something off one's chest

      SYNONYMS

      confess, disclose, divulge, reveal, make known, make public, own up to, make a clean breast of, bring into the open, tell all about, say what one is thinking

      informal

      get a load off one's mind, unburden oneself

      informal

      spill the beans about, come out with it

      informal, archaic

      discover

      ANTONYMS

      bottle something up