English version

outspread

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishoutspreadout‧spread /ˌaʊtˈspred◂/ adjective  SPREADspread out flat or completelyspread out He was lying on the beach with arms outspread. a bird with its wings outspread
Examples from the Corpus
outspreadOsvaldo had lost both arms to the elbows and the stumps of his arms lay outspread.Their wings were outspread above her like a canopy, and at the side they made a white-feathered screen for her.Miranda felt that the aircraft was an extension of her arms and her fingertips, outspread in flight.In the front seat sat a mystery man whose features were covered with an outspread newspaper.
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