Definition of 'gymnast'
Example sentences containing 'gymnast'
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How fit does a champion gymnast have to be? Times, Sunday Times (2006)From being a gymnast to a male model and actor. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The champion gymnast claimed he could only walk 20 yards following a car accident. The Sun (2010)The judges included footballers, a referee and a rhythmic gymnast. Times, Sunday Times (2006)This is a performance that British gymnasts have been moving towards since the sport was properly funded and taken seriously. Times, Sunday Times (2010)A former gymnast is thought to owe her life to her years of training after being hit by a car on a pedestrian crossing. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Apparently this Italian company includes former Olympic gymnasts. Times, Sunday Times (2009)But the 31-year-old former gymnast from Melbourne proved to be a little less elegant on firm ground. The Sun (2006)I was an aspiring rhythmic gymnast and this was the first time our genre of gymnastics had been included in the Olympics. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Some time ago, we shared our reactions to the Olympic games and the phenomenal camaraderie of the male gymnasts. Christianity Today (2000)GB's rhythmic gymnasts are refusing to give up on their Olympic dream. The Sun (2012)She arrives at our photoshoot looking trim and toned, and it's not hard to picture her as the young gymnast she once was. The Sun (2012)A TOP young gymnast has died after bouncing off a trampoline and landing on his head. The Sun (2006)
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Used Rarely. gymnast is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'gymnast'
British English: gymnast /ˈdʒɪmnæst/ NOUN
A gymnast is someone who is trained in gymnastics.
- American English: gymnast
- Arabic: جِمْنازي
- Brazilian Portuguese: ginasta
- Chinese: 体操运动员
- Croatian: gimnastičar
- Czech: gymnasta
- Danish: gymnast
- Dutch: gymnast
- European Spanish: gimnasta
- Finnish: voimistelija
- French: gymnaste
- German: Turner
- Greek: γυμναστής
- Italian: ginnasta
- Japanese: 体操家
- Korean: 체조 선수
- Norwegian: turner
- Polish: gimnastyk
- European Portuguese: ginasta
- Romanian: gimnast
- Russian: гимнаст
- Spanish: gimnasta
- Swedish: gymnast
- Thai: นักกายบริหาร
- Turkish: jimnastikçi
- Ukrainian: гімнаст
- Vietnamese: huấn luyện viên thể dục
Definition of gymnast from the Collins English Dictionary
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