has atrophied
Present perfecthe/sheconjugation ofatrophy.

atrophy

The patient has atrophied legs, which is why he needs a wheelchair.
El paciente tiene las piernas atrofiadas y por eso necesita silla de ruedas.
However, if the muscle has atrophied and become weak, the woman may not be able to identify it this way.
Sin embargo, si el músculo esta atrofiado y débil, la mujer no va a ser capaz de identificarlo de esta forma.
Answer: You could hardly say this power is lost to the Western races, rather that it has atrophied from lack of practice.
Respuesta: No se puede decir que las razas occidentales hayan perdido esta facultad, sino más bien que la tienen atrofiada por falta de uso.
In countries where civil society was not engaged in the debate, the right to information has atrophied and the law has never been fully implemented.
Por otra parte, en aquellos países en los que la sociedad civil no participó en el debate, el derecho a la información se ha diluido y la ley jamás se ha ejecutado plenamente.
The period of enforced immobility in the hospital has atrophied his mucles.
El periodo de inmovilidad forzada en el hospital atrofió sus músculos.
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