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1A muscle whose contraction produces or assists in the pronation of a limb or part of a limb.
2A person who pronates when walking or running.
- ‘If the mid-sole is compressed on the inside of the shoe, chances are you are probably a pronator - your feet roll inwards which cause more wear and tear on that part of the sole.’
- ‘Attention, mild pronators seeking excellent motion control and plenty of lateral support - this is the shoe for you.’
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