There are 2 definitions of forearm in English:

forearm1

Line breaks: fore|arm
Pronunciation: /ˈfɔːrɑːm
 
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noun

The part of a person’s arm extending from the elbow to the wrist or the fingertips.
More example sentences
  • Then she lists exercises for the shoulders, upper arms, forearms, wrists and fingers.
  • Your elbow should have a slightly wider angle, with your forearms and fingertips facing the side wall of the pool.
  • Strong fingers, wrists and forearms will aid in this simple, yet necessary task.

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There are 2 definitions of forearm in English:

forearm2

Line breaks: fore|arm
Pronunciation: /fɔːrˈɑːm
 
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verb

[with object]
Prepare (someone) in advance for danger, attack, or another undesirable future event: within ourselves, we are forearmed against unpleasant possibilities
More example sentences
  • I think it's a good thing because if you know you're forewarned, you're forearmed.
  • Parents need to address this - realise that for a child, forewarned is forearmed.
  • Being forearmed with this knowledge, is it so outlandish to conclude that a more advanced civilization from another celestial island has come to this one in the past as we plan to do in the future?

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