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Spanish translation of “trapeze”

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trapeze

noun /trəˈpiːz, ( American) trӕ-/
a horizontal bar hung on two ropes, on which gymnasts or acrobats perform
trapecio
They performed on the trapeze ( also adjective) a trapeze artist.
Translations of “trapeze”
in French trapèze, trapéziste…
in German das Trapez, Trapez-……
in Chinese (Traditional) (雜技演員使用的)吊架,高空鞦韆…
in Chinese (Simplified) (杂技演员使用的)吊架,高空秋千…
(Definition of trapeze from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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