Attacks are often designated by naming the part of the body which is the focus of the attack and the action intended.
Tsuki a thrust or punch
Uchi a strike
Shime a squeeze or choke
Kosa dori cross hand grab
Katate tori one-handed grasp on one wrist
Ryote tori two-hands grasp, both wrists grasped
Morote dori & ryote mochi two-handed grasp on one wrist
Shomen uchi straight down strike to the top of the head
Yokomen uchi 45° strike to the side of the head
Mune tsuki (or tsuki) straight punch to the stomach or chest
Kata tori shoulder grab
Ryokata tori both shoulders grasped
Hiji tori elbow grab
Ushiro from behind
Eri tori collar grabbed from behind
Kubi shime neck choke
Mae geri front kick
Mawashi geri roundhouse kick
Thus Ushiro Katatetori Kubishimi refers to an attack from behind in which the attacker holds one of the defender's hands and simultaneously chokes the neck.
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