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double-jointed
American English: /ˌdəbəl ˈdʒɔɪn(t)ɪd/

Translation of double-jointed in Spanish:

adjective

  • (fingers)
    con articulaciones dobles
    he's double-jointed
    tiene articulaciones dobles
    Example sentences
    • I am double-jointed so I am pretty darn flexible.
    • I have a double-jointed little finger that she thought was weird.
    • And essentially these people are often what's called double-jointed; in other words, their limbs can move into abnormal positions.

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