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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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ldoce_147_ahandstandhand‧stand /ˈhændstænd/ noun [countable]  handstand.jpg DSa movement in which you put your hands on the ground and your legs in the air
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handstandA man doing a handstand in the town centre is likely to arouse interest.He straightened out, feet extended towards the ceiling, and rose into a handstand.Joyce, having seen Mabs and Tashie run, was now teaching them how to do handstands and cartwheels.Five men doing handstands are likely to be regarded as a conspiracy against the public interest.He implanted the thought in me, the thought of this woman with her handstand.A sealstone shows two acrobats performing handstands.Now the handstand, that's different.
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