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Spanish translation of “tumble”

tumble

verb /ˈtambl/
to (cause to) fall, especially in a helpless or confused way
(hacer) caer; desplomarse, venirse abajo; voltear
She tumbled down the stairs The box suddenly tumbled off the top of the wardrobe.
to do tumbling.
hacer ejercicios de tierra (de gimnasia artística)
tumbler noun a large drinking glass
vaso
a tumbler of whisky.
a tumblerful.
vaso lleno (de)
an acrobat (who performs the acrobatic tricks on the ground).
equilibrista, acróbata
tumblerful noun the amount contained by a tumbler
vaso
two tumblerfuls of water.
tumble-drier noun a machine for drying clothes by tumbling them around and blowing hot air into them.
secadora
tumbling noun acrobatics done on the ground.
ejercicios de tierra (de gimnasia artística)
(Definition of tumble from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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