Definición de funambulist en inglés:

funambulist

Saltos de línea: fu¦nam|bu¦list
Pronunciación: /fjuːˈnambjʊlɪst
 
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sustantivo

A tightrope walker.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The masked funambulist Ginés de Pasamonte was disguised as the puppeteer Master Pedro?
  • Then, from one generation the next, the Venetians battled the elements like funambulists walking a tight-rope.
  • After all, both men were both expert funambulists, having risen to the rank of Black Belt in the Ringling Brothers School of Aerial Arts.

Origen

late 18th century: from French funambule or Latin funambulus (from funis 'rope' + ambulare 'to walk') + -ist.

Derivativos

funambulism

sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Funambulism has many potential pitfalls.
  • In North America, funambulism was taken to new heights during the 1850s when Frenchman Jean Francois Gravelet got international attention by performing a number of stunts overtop Niagara Falls.
  • The trapeze artist provides a crash course in funambulism.

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