[ tram-puh-leen, tram-puh-leen, -lin ]
/ ˌtræm pəˈlin, ˈtræm pəˌlin, -lɪn /
a sheet, usually of canvas, attached by resilient cords or springs to a horizontal frame several feet above the floor, used by acrobats and gymnasts as a springboard in tumbling.
Nautical. a fabric deck stretched on the braces connecting the hulls of a catamaran or trimaran, resembling a gymnastic trampoline.
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Origin of trampoline
OTHER WORDS FROM trampolinetram·po·lin·er, tram·po·lin·ist, noun
Words nearby trampoline
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British Dictionary definitions for trampoline
/ (ˈtræmpəlɪn, -ˌliːn) /
a tough canvas sheet suspended by springs or elasticated cords from a frame, used by acrobats, gymnasts, etc
(intr) to exercise on a trampoline
Derived forms of trampolinetrampoliner or trampolinist, noun
Word Origin for trampoline
C18: via Spanish from Italian trampolino, from trampoli stilts, of Germanic origin; compare trample
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