Is muscle plural or singular?
After sleeping in a coma for two years, his muscles are gone
After sleeping in a coma for two years, his muscle is gone
He's showing off his muscles
He's showing off his muscle
There are muscles on your feet that allow you to walk
There's muscle on your feet that allow you to walk
As such muscle is singular.
from dictionary[uncountable and countable]
one of the pieces of flesh inside your body that you use in order to move, and that connect your bones together
arm/leg/neck/stomach etc muscles :the muscles in your leg/arm/stomach etc
strengthen/build up your muscles
pull/strain a muscle (=injure a muscle)
flex your muscles (=bend your arm muscles so that people can see how strong you are)
muscle tissue/fibres (=the material that muscles are made of) muscle tone (=the firmness of your muscles )
Relax your stomach muscles, then stretch again.
Regular exercise will help to strengthen your muscles.
Beckham has pulled a muscle in his thigh and won't play tomorrow.
After sleeping in a coma for two years, [all] his muscles began to atrophy from lack of use.
Muscle begins to atrophy from lack of use.
____________________________________He's showing off his muscles.
He's showing off his muscle. <idiomatic>flex your muscles
if a person or an organization flexes their muscles, they take some action to let people know how powerful they are. The latest bomb scare was just the terrorists flexing their muscles - showing us they haven't gone away.
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There are muscles in your feet that allow you to walk.
There's [a kind of] muscle in your feet that allows you to walk.