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round-shouldered

adjective uk   /ˌraʊndˈʃəʊl.dəd/  us   /-ˈʃoʊl.dɚd/
having shoulders that curve down and forward: He had become round-shouldered from years of sitting in front of a computer.
Translations of “round-shouldered”
in Chinese (Traditional) 弓背曲肩的, 肩部向前彎曲的, 塌肩弓背的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 弓背曲肩的, 肩部向前弯曲的, 塌肩弓背的…
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