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outstretched

adjective
 
 
/ˌaʊtˈstretʃt/
When a part of your body is outstretched, it is reaching out as far as possible: He ran towards me with his arms outstretched.Stretching the body
Translations of “outstretched”
in Chinese (Traditional) 展開的,伸出的…
in Russian протянутый, распростертый…
in Turkish iki yana olabildiğince esneyen/açılan, uzatılmış, uzanmış…
in Chinese (Simplified) 展开的,伸出的…
in Polish wyciągnięty…
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