uneven parallel bars

noun

Definition of uneven parallel bars

sports

  1. :  a pair of long bars that are supported by a base, are parallel to each other at different heights, and are used in gymnastics

Word by Word Definitions

unevenplay
  1. :  unequal

    :  odd

    :  not even :  not level or smooth :  rugged, ragged

parallelplay
  1. :  extending in the same direction, everywhere equidistant (see equidistant 1), and not meeting

    :  everywhere equally distant

    :  having parallel sides

  1. :  a parallel line, curve, or surface

    :  one of the imaginary circles on the surface of the earth paralleling the equator and marking the latitude

    :  the corresponding line on a globe or map — see latitude illustration

  1. :  to indicate analogy of :  compare

    :  to show something equal to :  match

    :  to correspond to

  1. :  in a parallel manner

barplay bars
  1. :  a straight piece (as of wood or metal) that is longer than it is wide and has any of various uses (as for a lever, support, barrier, or fastening)

    :  a solid piece or block of material that is longer than it is wide

    :  a usually rigid piece (as of wood or metal) longer than it is wide that is used as a handle or support

  1. :  to fasten with a long, narrow piece of wood, metal, or other material :  to fasten with a bar (see 1bar 1a)

    :  to place bars across to prevent ingress or egress

    :  to mark with straight stripes, bands, or lines that are much longer than they are wide :  to mark with bars (see 1bar 4) :  stripe

  1. :  except

  1. :  a unit of pressure equal to 100,000 pascals

  1. : barometer; barometric

    : barrel


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