Juggle (verb)

  1. To keep several objects in the air at the same time using hand and finger movements.
  2. To manage or balance several tasks or responsibilities at the same time.

Origin:

Mid 16th century: from french jongler "to juggle", from jongleur "juggler", from old french jogeler, of germanic origin.

Examples:

  1. The juggler was able to juggle five balls at once.
  2. He juggled his job, his family, and his hobbies.
  3. She was juggling two jobs and going to school.
  4. He juggled the plates as he carried them to the table.
  5. The circus performer was juggling knives.
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