gymnastic


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gym·nas·tic

 (jĭm-năs′tĭk)
adj.
Of or relating to gymnastics.

gym·nas′ti·cal·ly adv.

gymnastic

(dʒɪmˈnæstɪk) or

gymnastical

adj
(Gymnastics) of, relating to, like, or involving gymnastics
gymˈnastically adv

gym•nas•tic

(dʒɪmˈnæs tɪk)

adj.
of, pertaining to, or concerned with gymnastics.
[1565–75; < Middle French < Latin < Greek]
gym•nas′ti•cal•ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.gymnastic - vigorously activegymnastic - vigorously active; "an acrobatic dance"; "an athletic child"; "athletic playing"; "gymnastic exercises"
active - characterized by energetic activity; "an active toddler"; "active as a gazelle"; "an active man is a man of action"
2.gymnastic - of or relating to or used in exercises intended to develop strength and agility; "gymnastic horse"
Translations
رياضي، جُمبازي
gymnastický
gymnastik
torna-
fimleika-
beden eğitimi ile ilgilicimnastik

gymnastic

[dʒɪmˈnæstɪk] ADJgimnástico

gymnastic

adj ability, trainingturnerisch; gymnastic exercisesTurnübungen

gymnastic

[dʒɪmˈnæstɪk] adj (display) → di ginnastica; (skills) → da ginnasta

gymnasium

(dʒimˈneiziəm) plurals gymˈnasiums ~gymˈnasia (-ə) noun
a building or room with equipment for physical exercise.
gymnast (ˈdʒimnӕst) noun
a person who does gymnastics.
gymˈnastic (-ˈnӕs-) adjective
of gymnastics.
gymˈnastics (-ˈnӕs-) noun singular
physical exercises usually done in a gymnasium with certain types of equipment.
References in classic literature ?
Being only `a glorious human boy', of course he frolicked and flirted, grew dandified, aquatic, sentimental, or gymnastic, as college fashions ordained, hazed and was hazed, talked slang, and more than once came perilously near suspension and expulsion.
He kept up this grotesque foolishness for some time; but by-and-by, while he was in the midst of some dangerous gymnastic performances, he glanced aside and saw that the little girl was wending her way toward the house.
In another place bolts had been driven in to support the ropes of a trapeze and a few other pieces of gymnastic apparatus.
It was upon these appendages, fixed tightly on their real noses, that they performed their gymnastic exercises.
This done, instead of leaving the door fastened, he drew back the bolts and even placed the door ajar, as though he had left the room, forgetting to close it, and slipping into the chimney like a man accustomed to that kind of gymnastic exercise, having effaced the marks of his feet upon the floor, he commenced climbing the only opening which afforded him the means of escape.
for they, allowing everything else to their slaves, forbid them only gymnastic exercises and the use of arms.
He balanced his pole and walked the length of his rope--two or three hundred feet; he came back and got a man and carried him across; he returned to the center and danced a jig; next he performed some gymnastic and balancing feats too perilous to afford a pleasant spectacle; and he finished by fastening to his person a thousand Roman candles, Catherine wheels, serpents and rockets of all manner of brilliant colors, setting them on fire all at once and walking and waltzing across his rope again in a blinding blaze of glory that lit up the garden and the people's faces like a great conflagration at midnight.
Wiwau prodded with the goad, and Tiha stumbled and wabbled in gymnastic efforts to make speed.
Yes, she's undoubtedly gymnastic in the externals of music, but the intrinsic spirit of music is unguessed by her.
And so natural did this sort of performance come to Mr Snittle Timberry, that on their way out of the theatre and towards the tavern where the supper was to be holden, he testified the severity of his recent indisposition and its wasting effects upon the nervous system, by a series of gymnastic performances which were the admiration of all witnesses.
The first care of the rulers is to be education, of which an outline is drawn after the old Hellenic model, providing only for an improved religion and morality, and more simplicity in music and gymnastic, a manlier strain of poetry, and greater harmony of the individual and the State.
Why, the Easter speeches were put off till midsummer," said Tom, "and the sixth had the gymnastic poles put up here.