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limber
American English: /ˈlɪmbər/
British English: /ˈlɪmbə/

Translation of limber in Spanish:

adjective

  • (fingers)
    (wood)
    Example sentences
    • He's very limber and agile and would have a few good moves to pull out on Superman.
    • Her body was limber, lithe with the grace of a cat or that of a ballet dancer, hinting at carefully controlled strength.
    • It will not only help you develop a more lithe and limber body, it will improve your strength training as well.
    Example sentences
    • You want to wind up with a sidearm sweep and lob the assemblage far across the open water, and this is best done with the long, limber stick.

Phrasal verbs

limber up

verb + adverb
(sportsman)
hacer ejercicios de calentamiento
calentarse

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