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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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articulatedar‧tic‧u‧la‧ted /ɑːˈtɪkjəleɪtɪd $ ɑːr-/ adjective  TTCJOIN something TOGETHERan articulated vehicle has two parts joined together to make it easier to turn
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articulatedMore expensive items in the same range should be finely knotted and possess cleanly articulated and symmetrically arranged decorative forms.The X-ray device sits at the end of an articulated arm.He was a loosely articulated dummy with a roughly carved face.You could have driven an articulated lorry up the leg.The modern articulated lorry was born at Wolverton Works.This is an extremely difficult task, since in normally articulated speech there are seldom pauses between the individual words.Therefore it remains for us to sketch out a more articulated theory based upon Bukharin's ideas of disproportionality and dis-equilibrium.One of the biggest articulated vehicles on the road, the 44-foot long unit replaces an ageing, converted lorry trailer.
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