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acrobat

noun [C] uk   /ˈæk.rə.bæt/ us  
a person who entertains people by doing difficult and skilful physical things, such as walking along a high wire
Translations of “acrobat”
in Korean 곡예사…
in Arabic لاعِب أكروبات, بَهلَوان…
in French acrobate…
in Turkish akrobat…
in Italian acrobata…
in Chinese (Traditional) 雜技演員…
in Russian акробат…
in Polish akrobat-a/ka…
in Spanish acróbata…
in Portuguese acrobata…
in German der/die Akrobat(in)…
in Catalan acròbata…
in Japanese 曲芸師, アクロバット…
in Chinese (Simplified) 杂技演员…
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