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flatfoot

División en sílabas: flat·foot
Pronunciación: /ˈflatfo͝ot
 
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Definición de flatfoot en inglés:

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1 (also flat feet) A condition in which the foot has an arch that is lower than usual: various surgical techniques are used to correct adult-acquired flatfoot he had a severe case of flat feet and complained of back problems
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • A painful flatfoot can be a sign of a congenital abnormality or an injury to the muscles and tendons of the foot.
  • The fact is that many anatomical problems cannot be fixed, whether it's poor turnout or flat feet.
  • If you have flat feet, choose shoes with arch supports.
2 (plural flatfoots or flatfeet /-ˌfēt/) informal dated A police officer: FBI flatfoots and Mafia goons
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Hill security flatfeet first mildly suggested he should take his stash elsewhere.
  • Finally, she escaped and went to a friend's place, from which she called Toronto flatfeet.
  • It does not require a platoon of flatfoots to make discreet inquiries.

Words that rhyme with flatfoot

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