Definition of articulated in English:

articulated

Syllabification: ar·tic·u·lat·ed
Pronunciation: /ärˈtikyəˌlātid
 
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adjective

1Having two or more sections connected by a flexible joint: eight articulated trailer coaches the trilobite’s thorax has a variable number of articulated segments
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  • An almost complete skeleton, including an articulated left lower hind limb, is associated with the skull of SDSNH 36000.
  • OMNH 55239 is an articulated series of three vertebrae that also lack the neural arches above the transverse processes.
  • An angle joint for connecting two components in articulated fashion includes a joint ball, a cup at least partially surrounding the joint ball, and a liner positioned in the cup.
Synonyms
hinged, jointed, segmented;
coupled, attached, interlocked
technical articulate
2(Of an idea or feeling) expressed; put into words: the lack of a clearly articulated policy
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  • Yet when in the context of art produced just a few decades later, Wirth deduces that the new rise in figural compositions must be a result of articulated ideas on theological matters.
  • They had clearly defined and articulated ideas of what they wanted to do with their lives - to be a cartoonist or a dancer - and they were trying to get there.
  • It also looks out into the future to test the theory against the common if vaguely articulated belief that great-power war has become obsolete.

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