Definition of 'bungee jumping'
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Far better if he tried that bungee jumping, using a rope intended for the Grand Canyon. SOMEBODY (2002)I think they just sort of assume they're not going to die, even if they do go in a plane or bungee jumping or whatever. GOING OUT (2002)
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Translations for 'bungee jumping'
British English: bungee jumping /ˈbʌndʒɪ ˈdʒʌmpɪŋ/ NOUN
If someone goes bungee jumping, they jump from a high place such as a bridge or cliff with a long piece of strong elastic cord tied around their ankles connecting them to the bridge or cliff.
- American English: bungee jumping
- Arabic: القَفْز بحِبال
- Brazilian Portuguese: bungee jumping
- Chinese: 蹦极跳
- Croatian: bungee jumping
- Czech: bungee jumping
- Danish: elastikspring
- Dutch: bungeejumping
- European Spanish: puenting
- Finnish: benjihyppääminen
- French: saut à l’élastique
- German: Bungeejumping
- Greek: μπάντζι τζάμπινγκ
- Italian: bungee jumping
- Japanese: バンジージャンプ
- Korean: 번지 점프
- Norwegian: strikkhopping
- Polish: skoki na bangi
- European Portuguese: bungee jumping
- Romanian: săritură cu coarda elastică
- Russian: прыжок с помощью эластичного троса
- Spanish: banyi
- Swedish: bungyjumping
- Thai: การกระโดดจากสะพานหรือหน้าผาสูง
- Turkish: bungee jumping
- Ukrainian: банджи-джампінг
- Vietnamese: môn nhảy bungee
Definition of bungee jumping from the Collins English Dictionary
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