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gymnast

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Other sports
gymnastgym‧nast /ˈdʒɪmnæst, -nəst/ noun [countable]  DSOsomeone who is good at gymnastics and competes against other people in gymnastics competitions
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gymnastThere was nothing thuggish about him but he looked like a gymnast.It should be noted that Ryan is not suggesting that all gymnasts and figure skaters are subjected to regimes of this kind.He had become an enthusiastic gymnast at Jefferson, impressing some of the girls with his strength and sleek fluidity in motion.Top-flight gymnasts practice eight hours a day for decades.I mean, gymnasts are athletes like all the other athletes.When: The parade of gymnasts starts at 10: 45 a.m.She said Knysh and the other Soviet coaches saw their pupils' not just as potential gymnasts but future concubines'.
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