Definition of 'acrobat'
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It is a breathtaking two hours of entertainment, featuring flying acrobats, astonishing circus acts and stunning dance routines with a backdrop of colourful cartoons. The Sun (2008)
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Translations for 'acrobat'
British English: acrobat /ˈækrəˌbæt/ NOUN
An acrobat is an entertainer who performs difficult physical acts such as jumping and balancing, especially in a circus.
- American English: acrobat
- Arabic: بَهْلَوَان
- Brazilian Portuguese: acrobata
- Chinese: 杂技演员
- Croatian: akrobat
- Czech: akrobat
- Danish: akrobat
- Dutch: acrobaat
- European Spanish: acróbata
- Finnish: akrobaatti
- French: acrobate
- German: Akrobat
- Greek: ακροβάτης
- Italian: acrobata
- Japanese: 軽業師
- Korean: 곡예사
- Norwegian: akrobat
- Polish: akrobata
- European Portuguese: acrobata
- Romanian: acrobat
- Russian: акробат
- Spanish: acróbata
- Swedish: akrobat
- Thai: นักกายกรรม
- Turkish: akrobat
- Ukrainian: акробат
- Vietnamese: diễn viên nhào lộn
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