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squat thrustnoun [C]

uk   /ˈskwɒt ˌθrʌst/ us   /ˈskwɑːt ˌθrʌst/
a type of physical exercise in which your hands are kept on the floor while your legs move from a position in which they are bent under the body to one in which they are straight out behind you
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