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articulated chamber
Hey Guys..



I read more than once..but myriads of times.. authors write in their articles "articulated chamber", " He wanted to articulate this room", " the articulation (of some space..etc.)"..



i tried to reach a meaning to this word, but in vain...i don´t know why.. possibly because i´m not english-spoken



Could anyone help me please, so urgently, for i have an article workin on it, and this word appeared once again...



Thanks alot.
Waleed Akef
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articulated chamber
Salaam Waleed,

Could you make it more clear...?
Sriraj Gokarakonda
articulated chamber
Waleed, There are two uses of the verb "articulate" [1] = Jointed; distinctly jointed; with clearly distinguishable parts (articulate speech); able to express oneself coherently. [2] = (a) Connect by joints (articulated lorry) etc, with flexibly connected sections [like a the segments of a lobster], (b) Mark with apparent joints, (c) Divide into words, pronounce distinctly, (d) speak distinctly, (e) form joint.

In the sense of "He wanted to articulate this room," is a fancy way of clearly and carefully describing / explaining the orientation, layout and arrangement of a space.
Frank John Snelling
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