Definition of gymnastic in English:

gymnastic

Line breaks: gym|nas¦tic
Pronunciation: /dʒɪmˈnastɪk
 
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adjective

Relating to gymnastics: a gymnastic display
More example sentences
  • While performing gymnastic exercises, she never smiles.
  • She did all the gymnastic exercises better than anyone else.
  • Whole families come there for workouts and to learn some gymnastic exercises that improve fitness.

Derivatives

gymnastically

adverb
More example sentences
  • Not that it would have made much difference here, where by the mid-1990s politicians could openly and gymnastically have complex relationships while keeping their seats and ditching their core values.
  • I stared at them - agog - in the company of two close female friends, but none of us went any further than remarking how gymnastically impressive they were.
  • It also requires that the horse's muscles be gymnastically developed so that he can carry himself in a steady rhythm over a period of time.

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