Recent Examples of trampoline from the Web
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.
The Waterfront Festival Kids’ Arcade offers inflatable rides, carnival games, paintball and a bungee trampoline.
Also: ice skating*, indoor climbing gyms, gymnastics classes (two words: supervised trampoline), kiddie music/dance classes, rec soccer, children’s museum membership, Ikea Smaland, martial arts.
Sky Zone is a chain of indoor trampoline parks that offer a slew of activities, including freestyle bouncing, fitness classes, birthday parties, dodgeball and more.
From envisioning washing a car with beautiful women around him and being delicately covered in sushi to jumping around on trampolines covered in confetti, Gronk wakes up from his fantasy and ultimately loses the girl.
Swiping across a miniature trampoline probably isn’t the most efficient way to explore a playlist.
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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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