Word: acrobats

Category: acrobats

Arts & Entertainment, People & Society, Sports

Related words: acrobats

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Synonyms: acrobats

gymnast, tumbler, tightrope walker, trapeze artist, aerialist, funambulist

Translations: acrobats

spanish
acróbatas, los acróbatas, saltimbanquis, acróbatas chinos, acróbatas de


german
akrobaten

french
acrobates, des acrobates, les acrobates, saltimbanques, d'acrobates

italian
acrobati, saltimbanchi, acrobate, gli acrobati

portuguese
acrobatas, acróbatas acompanhados, acróbatas acompanhados por, acróbatas

dutch
acrobaten, acrobaten van

russian
акробаты, акробатов, акробатами, акробатки

norwegian
akrobater, akrobatene

swedish
akrobater, akrobaterna

finnish
akrobaatteja, akrobaatit, luonnehtii, akrobatiaa

danish
akrobater, akrobatik, akrobaterne, artister

czech
akrobati, akrobaté, akrobaty, akrobatů

polish
akrobaci, akrobatów, akrobatami, akrobatki

hungarian
akrobaták, artisták, akrobata, az akrobaták, artistaképzésben

turkish
akrobatlar, akrobatları, akrobasi, cambazlar

greek
ακροβάτες, ακροβατών, ακροβάτες του, οι ακροβάτες, ακροβάτες που

ukrainian
акробати

albanian
akrobatë

bulgarian
акробати, акробатите

belarusian
акрабаты

estonian
akrobaadid, akrobaate, akrobaatide, õhuakrobaadid, akrobaatideni

croatian
akrobati, akrobata, akrobacija, akrobate

lithuanian
akrobatai, akrobatų, akrobatu

latvian
akrobāti, akrobātus, akrobātu

macedonian
акробати, акробатите

romanian
acrobați, acrobati, acrobatii, acrobații

slovenian
akrobati, akrobatov, akrobate, akrobati bodo, akrobati bodo razprostrli

slovak
akrobati

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The meaning and "use of": acrobats

noun
  • an entertainer who performs gymnastic feats.
  • a person noted for constant change of mind, allegiance, etc..

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