Recent Examples of trampoline from the Web
During tacks and gybes, the cyclists unclip, run across the trampoline to the other hull and clip back in, powering the hydraulic systems that control the wingsail and raise and lower the daggerboards.
After seeing the wall trampoline at Circus Juventas, Scott decided to create one in the Smithsonian.
And with trampoline parks soaring in popularity across the state, lawmakers approved legislation that would allow the state to create new rules and regulations in an effort to keep jumpers safe.
Your child will enjoy martial arts, dance, parkour, art, ninja obstacle class, trampoline and more!
Surge is only the latest trampoline park to open in Jefferson Parish.
At their home in west Fort Worth, the boys share a room complete with toys, small trampolines and matching blue toddler beds with pictures of the Disney character Lightning McQueen.
Add this to the list of things your backyard needs this summer, right under a stock tank pool and an in-ground trampoline!
Even if Gómez loses, analysts say, her insurgent campaign has given López Obrador a trampoline for his presidential run, solidifying his status as the leading anti-establishment candidate in a country that’s fed up with the status quo.
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Origin and Etymology of trampoline
Italian trampolino springboard, from trampoli stilts, of Germanic origin; akin to Middle Low German trampen to stamp
First Known Use: 1798See Words from the same year
TRAMPOLINE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of trampoline for English Language Learners
: a piece of equipment that has a sheet of strong cloth attached by springs to a metal frame and that is used for jumping up and down for exercise or as a sport
TRAMPOLINE Defined for Kids
Definition of trampoline for Students
: a canvas sheet or web supported by springs in a metal frame used for springing and landing in acrobatic tumbling
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