Acrobatic describes something that's an amazing physical feat, especially if it involves agility and balance. An acrobatic dance routine might include back flips and handstands.
- Pronunciation: /ˌækrəˈbætɪk/
- English Description: acrobatic movements involve moving your body in a very skilful way, for example by jumping through the air or balancing on a rope
- Chinese Translation: 杂技的(Za2 Ji4 De)
- Spanish Translation:
- STORY: If you're acrobatic, you're good at gymnastics or physical circus tricks. A border collie might make a particularly acrobatic Frisbee catch, twisting and spinning in the air, and a little boy could perform acrobatic cartwheels across the living room. The adjective comes from acrobat, which in French — acrobate — means "tightrope walker," from a Greek word, akrobates, "rope dancer," related to akrobatos, "going on tip toe" or "climbing up high."
Cavaliers: James had an acrobatic slam dunk early in the third quarter, on a long outlet pass by Irving. US News Apr 8, 2015
The production's pacing is brisk, and the spirited choreography by Joshua Bergasse occasionally turns acrobatic.
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