Definition of flat foot in English:

flat foot

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  • A foot with an arch that is lower than usual. Also called pes planus.
    More example sentences
    • The most common etiology of the flexible flat foot is ligamentous laxity, which allows the foot to sag with weight bearing.
    • The flat foot can be supported with special insoles.
    • In general, a flexible flat foot needs a stable shoe with minimal torsion.

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