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luxate (v.)

"dislocate," 1590s, from Latin luxatus, past participle of luxare "dislocate," literally "oblique" (see luxation).

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Definitions of luxate

luxate (v.)
move out of position;
the artificial hip joint luxated and had to be put back surgically
Synonyms: dislocate / splay / slip
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