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flat-footed

adjective  /ˈflætˈfʊt·ɪd/
having feet with a bottom part that is not curved up in an arch, as is usual, but is level so that it touches the ground
Translations of “flat-footed”
in Chinese (Traditional) 平足的,扁平足的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 平足的,扁平足的…
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