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tram·po·line

 (trăm′pə-lēn′, -lĭn)
n.
A strong, taut fabric attached with springs to a metal frame and used for gymnastic springing and tumbling.

[Spanish trampolín and Italian trampolino (Italian, from Spanish), from tràmpoli, stilts, of Germanic origin.]

tram′po·lin′er, tram′po·lin′ist n.

trampoline

(ˈtræmpəlɪn; -ˌliːn) or

trampolin

n
(Gymnastics) a tough canvas sheet suspended by springs or elasticated cords from a frame, used by acrobats, gymnasts, etc
vb
(Gymnastics) (intr) to exercise on a trampoline
[C18: via Spanish from Italian trampolino, from trampoli stilts, of Germanic origin; compare trample]
ˈtrampoliner, ˈtrampolinist n

tram•po•line

(ˌtræm pəˈlin, ˈtræm pəˌlin, -lɪn)

n.
a sheet, usu. of canvas, attached by resilient cords or springs to a horizontal frame above the floor, used as a springboard in tumbling.
[1790–1800; variant of trampolin < Italian trampolino springboard <trampol(i) stilts (< Germanic; see trample)]
tram`po•lin′er, tram`po•lin′ist, n.

trampoline


Past participle: trampolined
Gerund: trampolining

Imperative
trampoline
trampoline
Present
I trampoline
you trampoline
he/she/it trampolines
we trampoline
you trampoline
they trampoline
Preterite
I trampolined
you trampolined
he/she/it trampolined
we trampolined
you trampolined
they trampolined
Present Continuous
I am trampolining
you are trampolining
he/she/it is trampolining
we are trampolining
you are trampolining
they are trampolining
Present Perfect
I have trampolined
you have trampolined
he/she/it has trampolined
we have trampolined
you have trampolined
they have trampolined
Past Continuous
I was trampolining
you were trampolining
he/she/it was trampolining
we were trampolining
you were trampolining
they were trampolining
Past Perfect
I had trampolined
you had trampolined
he/she/it had trampolined
we had trampolined
you had trampolined
they had trampolined
Future
I will trampoline
you will trampoline
he/she/it will trampoline
we will trampoline
you will trampoline
they will trampoline
Future Perfect
I will have trampolined
you will have trampolined
he/she/it will have trampolined
we will have trampolined
you will have trampolined
they will have trampolined
Future Continuous
I will be trampolining
you will be trampolining
he/she/it will be trampolining
we will be trampolining
you will be trampolining
they will be trampolining
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been trampolining
you have been trampolining
he/she/it has been trampolining
we have been trampolining
you have been trampolining
they have been trampolining
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been trampolining
you will have been trampolining
he/she/it will have been trampolining
we will have been trampolining
you will have been trampolining
they will have been trampolining
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been trampolining
you had been trampolining
he/she/it had been trampolining
we had been trampolining
you had been trampolining
they had been trampolining
Conditional
I would trampoline
you would trampoline
he/she/it would trampoline
we would trampoline
you would trampoline
they would trampoline
Past Conditional
I would have trampolined
you would have trampolined
he/she/it would have trampolined
we would have trampolined
you would have trampolined
they would have trampolined
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.trampoline - gymnastic apparatus consisting of a strong canvas sheet attached with springs to a metal frametrampoline - gymnastic apparatus consisting of a strong canvas sheet attached with springs to a metal frame; used for tumbling
exerciser, gymnastic apparatus - sports equipment used in gymnastic exercises
Translations
تَرامْبُوليـنتْرامبولين: جِهاز قَفْز لاعِبي الجَمْباز
trampolína
trampolin
trampoliini
trampolin
gumiszõnyegugrószõnyeg
trampólín, fjaîradÿna
trampolinotrampolino elastico
トランポリン
트램펄린
batutas
batuts
trampolína
studsmatta
เตียงผ้าใบ
tramplentrampolin
tấm bạt lò xo để nhào lộn

trampoline

[ˈtræmpəlɪn] Ncama f elástica

trampoline

[ˈtræmpəliːn] ntrampoline m

trampoline

nTrampolin nt

trampoline

[ˈtræmpəlɪn] ntrampolino

trampoline

(ˈtrӕmpəliːn) noun
a horizontal framework across which a piece of canvas etc is stretched, attached by springs, for gymnasts etc to jump on. Children love jumping on trampolines.

trampoline

تَرامْبُوليـن trampolína trampolin Trampolin τραμπολίνο cama elástica trampoliini trampoline trampolin trampolino トランポリン 트램펄린 trampoline trampoline trampolina trampolim трамплин studsmatta เตียงผ้าใบ tramplen tấm bạt lò xo để nhào lộn 蹦床
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