[spred-ee-guh l] /ˈsprɛdˌi gəl/
having or suggesting the form of a spread eagle.
lying prone with arms and legs outstretched.
boastful or bombastic, especially in the display of patriotic or nationalistic pride in the U.S.
verb (used with object), spread-eagled, spread-eagling.
to stretch out (something) in the manner of a spread eagle.
verb (used without object), spread-eagled, spread-eagling.
to assume the position or perform the acrobatic figure of a spread eagle:
The skater spread-eagled across the rink.
a representation of an eagle with outspread wings: used as an emblem of the U.S.
an acrobatic figure in skating performed by making a glide with the skates touching heel-to-heel in a straight line and with the arms outstretched.
an acrobatic stunt in ski jumping executed with the legs and arms widely outstretched to the sides.
lying or standing with arms and legs outstretched
to assume or cause to assume the shape of a spread eagle
(intransitive) (skating) to execute a spread eagle
the representation of an eagle with outstretched wings, used as an emblem of the US
an acrobatic skating figure
[spred-ee-guh-liz-uh m] /ˈsprɛdˈi gəˌlɪz əm/ noun 1. boastfulness or bombast, especially in the display of patriotic or nationalistic pride in the U.S.; flag-waving.
noun, Football. 1. split end. noun, Football. 1. an offensive end who lines up some distance outside the formation on the line of scrimmage as a pass receiver.
[spred-er-dich-er] /ˈsprɛd ərˈdɪtʃ ər/ noun, Railroads. 1. a machine for shaping and cleaning roadbeds and ditches and for freeing tracks of ice and snow by plowing and digging.
- Spread for someone