verb (used with object), su·pi·nat·ed, su·pi·nat·ing.
to turn to a supine position; rotate (the hand or foot) so that the palm or sole is upward.
verb (used without object), su·pi·nat·ed, su·pi·nat·ing.
to become supinated.
Origin of supinate
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Historical Examples of supinate
The patient is unable to supinate the forearm or to abduct the arm, and in most cases to flex the forearm.Manual of Surgery
Alexis Thomson and Alexander Miles
to turn (the hand and forearm) so that the palm faces up or forwards
Word Origin for supinate
C19: from Latin supīnāre to lay on the back, from supīnus supine
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1831, from Latin supinatus, past participle of supinare, from supinus (see supine).
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To assume, or to be placed in, a supine position.
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