Definition of acrobatics in English:

acrobatics

Syllabification: ac·ro·bat·ics
Pronunciation: /ˌakrəˈbadiks
 
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noun

[usually treated as singular]
Gymnastic feats: figurative goes through all sorts of financial acrobatics to make the monthly payments
More example sentences
  • Instead of sitting in lessons the whole school has been playing a host of games including football, rugby, acrobatics and kung fu.
  • At intervals throughout the show are astounding displays of gymnastics and acrobatics by talented women artistes.
  • It will be the kind of aerial skills, acrobatics, juggling and mask work most of us don't see outside of the Edinburgh Festival.
Synonyms
gymnastics, tumbling;
rare funambulism
mental agility, skill, quick thinking, fancy footwork, alertness, inventiveness

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