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Which of these is an item used in rhythmic gymnastics? The Sun (2011)These are the mental gymnastics of choosing to sin. Christianity Today (2000)We used to be really close because he coached me in gymnastics from the age of two. The Sun (2014) British gymnastics will be the real winner. Times, Sunday Times (2014)More often than not audiences get the best vocal gymnastics when the bedroom ones are out of the picture. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It is tempting to ask that rhythmic gymnastics find away to diminish the role of bad fortune in its outcomes. Times, Sunday Times (2012)She has just finished eight weeks of martial arts, strength training and gymnastics for the role. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Who knew that a Briton could win an individual medal in gymnastics? Times, Sunday Times (2008)What made this result all the more impressive was the depth it showed in British gymnastics. The Sun (2012)This was not a blip in the stunning story of British gymnastics. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He takes his position as a role model for British gymnastics seriously. The Sun (2012)He is already a star of British gymnastics. Times, Sunday Times (2014)FORGET the flash cards and mental gymnastics. Times, Sunday Times (2011)There's her endless vocal gymnastics. The Sun (2007)Will gets the full mental gymnastics as I search for his witty and meaningful present. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The first to sell-out included track cycling, rhythmic gymnastics and triathlon. The Sun (2011)Stone's voice is impressive enough, strong and tuneful without going in for vocal gymnastics. Times, Sunday Times (2015)No vocal gymnastics from Daltrey. The Sun (2015)It is the first year that Britain has entered a rhythmic gymnastics team for qualification for an Olympics. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Life since Beijing has changed only in that he has had to cope with being the symbol of a new age of British gymnastics. Times, Sunday Times (2009)I was sat in the back of the car and my dad was driving me to a gymnastics training camp, somewhere near Chester. Times, Sunday Times (2011)
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Translations for 'gymnastics'
British English: gymnastics /dʒɪmˈnæstɪks/ NOUN
Gymnastics consists of physical exercises that develop your strength, co-ordination, and agility.
She competes in gymnastics, with hopes of making it to the Olympics.
- American English: gymnastics
- Arabic: رِياضَة جِمْنازي
- Brazilian Portuguese: ginástica
- Chinese: 体操
- Croatian: gimnastika
- Czech: gymnastika
- Danish: gymnastik
- Dutch: gymnastiek
- European Spanish: gimnasia
- Finnish: voimistelu
- French: gymnastique
- German: Gymnastik
- Greek: γυμναστική
- Italian: ginnastica
- Japanese: 体操
- Korean: 체조
- Norwegian: gymnastikk
- Polish: ćwiczenia gimnastyczne
- European Portuguese: ginástica
- Romanian: gimnastică
- Russian: гимнастика
- Spanish: gimnasia
- Swedish: gymnastik
- Thai: กายบริหาร
- Turkish: jimnastik
- Ukrainian: гімнастика
- Vietnamese: môn thể dục
Definition of gymnastics from the Collins English Dictionary
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