In front of the elbow. [ante- + L. cubitum, elbow]

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an·te·cu·bi·tal .ant-i-'kyü-bət-əl adj of or relating to the inner or front surface of the forearm <the \antecubital area>

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an·te·cu·bi·tal (an″te-kuґbĭ-təl) situated anterior to the cubitus, or elbow.

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