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acrobatnoun [C]

us   /ˈæk·rəˌbæt/
a person who entertains people by carrying out difficult and skillful physical actions, such as walking on a wire high above the ground: a circus acrobat
(Definition of acrobat from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “acrobat”
in Korean 곡예사…
in Arabic لاعِب أكروبات, بَهلَوان…
in Malaysian akrobat…
in French acrobate…
in Russian акробат…
in Chinese (Traditional) 雜技演員…
in Italian acrobata…
in Turkish akrobat…
in Polish akrobat-a/ka…
in Spanish acróbata…
in Vietnamese diễn viên nhào lộn…
in Portuguese acrobata…
in Thai นักกายกรรม…
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…
in Indonesian pemain akrobat…
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