ball-and-socket joint

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ball-and-socket joint (plural ball-and-socket joints)

  1. A joint in which one segment has a rounded end and the next segment has a bowl-shaped end, with the rounded end being fitted into the bowl shape, allowing the first segment to move around an indefinite number of axes which have one common center.

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