Definition of 'articulated'
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Ironically he was killed on his first visit back to the UK in ten years when his car was hit by an articulated lorry outside London. CODE BREAKER (2003)It was not that her parents ever articulated this sentiment, it was something she instinctively knew. SEA MUSIC (2003)
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British English: articulated ADJECTIVE
An articulated vehicle, especially a lorry, is made in two or more sections which are joined together by metal bars, so that the vehicle can turn more easily.
He tumbled headlong into the path of an articulated lorry.
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