The folds of his flesh are tightly joined; they are firm and immovable.
"The folds of his flesh are joined together, Firm on him and immovable.
Its flesh is hard and firm, not soft and fat.
Sinewy and lithe, there's not a soft spot in his entire body--
The plates of his flesh are joined together, fixed, and not to be moved.
The folds of its flesh cling together; it is firmly cast and immovable.
The folds of his flesh are joined together; They are firm on him and cannot be moved.
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1 tn Heb “fallings.”
2 tn The last clause says “it cannot be moved.” But this part will function adverbially in the sentence.