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supinator

Syllabification: su·pi·na·tor
Pronunciation: /ˈso͞opəˌnādər
 
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Definition of supinator in English:

noun

Anatomy
1A muscle whose contraction produces or assists in the supination of a limb or part of a limb.
2A person who supinates when walking or running.
Example sentences
  • Good for all, from the neutral striker to the overpronator to the morally suspect supinator.
  • Look for a style that provides extra cushioning and some extra stability in the shoe, as supinators have greater tendency to ‘roll’ their ankles.

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