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pro·nate

 (prō′nāt′)
v. pro·nat·ed, pro·nat·ing, pro·nates
v.tr.
1.
a. To turn or rotate (the hand or forearm) so that the palm faces down or back.
b. To turn or rotate (the foot) by abduction and eversion so that the inner edge of the sole bears the body's weight.
2. To place in a prone position.
v.intr.
1. To become pronated.
2. To assume a prone position.

[Late Latin prōnāre, prōnāt-, to bend forward, from prōnus, turned forward; see prone.]

pro·na′tion n.
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pronate

(prəʊˈneɪt)
vb
(tr) to turn (a limb, hand, or foot) so that the palm or sole is directed downwards
[C19: from Late Latin prōnāre to bend forwards, bow]
proˈnation n
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pronate


Past participle: pronated
Gerund: pronating

Imperative
pronate
pronate
Present
I pronate
you pronate
he/she/it pronates
we pronate
you pronate
they pronate
Preterite
I pronated
you pronated
he/she/it pronated
we pronated
you pronated
they pronated
Present Continuous
I am pronating
you are pronating
he/she/it is pronating
we are pronating
you are pronating
they are pronating
Present Perfect
I have pronated
you have pronated
he/she/it has pronated
we have pronated
you have pronated
they have pronated
Past Continuous
I was pronating
you were pronating
he/she/it was pronating
we were pronating
you were pronating
they were pronating
Past Perfect
I had pronated
you had pronated
he/she/it had pronated
we had pronated
you had pronated
they had pronated
Future
I will pronate
you will pronate
he/she/it will pronate
we will pronate
you will pronate
they will pronate
Future Perfect
I will have pronated
you will have pronated
he/she/it will have pronated
we will have pronated
you will have pronated
they will have pronated
Future Continuous
I will be pronating
you will be pronating
he/she/it will be pronating
we will be pronating
you will be pronating
they will be pronating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been pronating
you have been pronating
he/she/it has been pronating
we have been pronating
you have been pronating
they have been pronating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been pronating
you will have been pronating
he/she/it will have been pronating
we will have been pronating
you will have been pronating
they will have been pronating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been pronating
you had been pronating
he/she/it had been pronating
we had been pronating
you had been pronating
they had been pronating
Conditional
I would pronate
you would pronate
he/she/it would pronate
we would pronate
you would pronate
they would pronate
Past Conditional
I would have pronated
you would have pronated
he/she/it would have pronated
we would have pronated
you would have pronated
they would have pronated
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.pronate - turn the forearm or the hand so that the palm is directed downwards
turn - change orientation or direction, also in the abstract sense; "Turn towards me"; "The mugger turned and fled before I could see his face"; "She turned from herself and learned to listen to others' needs"
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pro·nate

v. pronar, poner el cuerpo o parte del mismo en posición prona.
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The patient tried to escape the maneuver by forcefully pulling and pronating his forearm.
According to examples in literature, the risk involved in the dissection of the supinator is reduced because of the shift of the deep branch of radial nerve toward the ulnar side when the forearm is pronating; however, the quantitative observation results on the radius shift when the forearm is pronating are inconsistent (Kocher, 1911; Kaplan, 1941; Davies & Laird, 1948; Capener, 1966; Strachan & Ellis, 1971; Mekhail et al, 1995; Mekhail et al., 1996; Strauch et al., 1996).
The clear language extends to the exercises: "Try some motions without pronating. First stand in parallel and place your feet in neutral.
(19) This view is obtained by pronating the hand 20[degrees] and then angling the beam 15[degrees] to 20[degrees] distally.
(3) Malunion and nonunion occur more frequently because of difficulty in reducing and maintaining reduction of two parallel bones in the presence of the pronating and supinating muscles that have angulatory as well as rotational influences, (4) because of these factors surgical management for displaced diaphyseal fractures in adult is generally accepted.
Sharon said: "We are hoping the operation will mean that Callum can walk without pain and blisters and his feet pronating and stop him having to have further surgery on his feet in later life."
Sharon said: "We are hoping the operation will mean that Callum can walk without pain and blisters and his feet pronating it will stop him having to have further surgery on his feet in later life."
In Figure 1, the performer will likely use the following movements in executing just the first six notes of the right-hand part: 1) Rotate the forearm side to side (pronating and supinating), slightly rocking the hand toward each note as it zigzags in pitch; 2) slightly lift the fingers in turn, to articulate cleanly; 3) temporarily elevate the wrist somewhat to accommodate the A-sharp played by the middle finger, as it is the longest finger and follows the fifth finger, which is the shortest; 4) after allowing the wrist to settle back to its "neutral" position, lift it again to subtly taper the G that concludes the motive.