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trampoline

noun [C] uk   /ˈtræm.pəl.iːn/ us    /ˌtræm.pəˈliːn/
a piece of sports equipment that you jump up and down on, consisting of a piece of strong material joined by springs to a frame
trampolining
noun [U] uk   /-ɪŋ/ us  
Rebecca's main hobby is trampolining.
trampolinist
noun [C] uk   /ˌtræm.pəˈliː.nɪst/ us  
She was a very good trampolinist when she was at school.
Translations of “trampoline”
in Spanish trampolín, cama elástica…
in French trampoline…
in German das Trampolin…
in Chinese (Traditional) 蹦床(一種體育器械),彈簧墊…
in Russian батут…
in Turkish trampolin…
in Chinese (Simplified) 蹦床(一种体育器械)…
in Polish trampolina…
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