Acrobatic (adjective)

  1. Relating to or involving acrobatics, which is the performance of exercises requiring skill, agility, and coordination.
  2. Performed with extraordinary balance, agility, and skill.

Origin:

Early 17th century: via french from greek akrobatikos, from akrobat─ôs "a performer on the tightrope", from akros "highest" + bainein "to go".

Examples:

  1. The circus performers showed off their acrobatic skills.
  2. An acrobatic dance routine.
  3. She had an acrobatic jump in her gymnastics routine.
  4. He was an acrobatic skater, able to perform a variety of tricks.
  5. The acrobatic display was stunning.
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