Translation of acrobat in Spanish:


acróbata, n.

Pronunciation /ˈækrəˌbæt/ /ˈakrəbat/


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    acróbata masculine, feminine
    • The Moscow State Circus is famous worldwide thanks to its spectacular displays from acrobats, clowns, gymnasts, trapeze artists and lots more.
    • The play itself begins at 8: 30 p.m., but the spectacle begins at 7: 30 with a team of acrobats performing death-defying feats.
    • Both were, of course, memorable events which used spectacular fireworks, acrobats, singers, dancers and musicians to showcase the city to the world.
    • There is a thriving leisure class, which has given way to a class of well-off entertainers - dancers, acrobats, singers and other such performers in addition to the usual street variety.
    • After a sumptuous dinner the ‘tourists’ were astounded by the talents of Chinese acrobats, performing feats of extreme flexibility, strength and coordination.
    • The private Cirque du Soleil show will feature more than 70 artists from around the world, including gymnasts, acrobats, dancers and clowns.
    • Musicians, dancers, acrobats, clowns, actors, mimes and every hybrid in between entertain and educate audiences of kids, their parents and teachers.
    • As a self-confessed slob, I have amazing respect for what these guys do with their urban ballet: they're athletes, stuntmen, acrobats, gymnasts and martial artists all rolled into one.
    • Street entertainers including clowns, acrobats, jugglers, and even walking wheeled dustbins and flower planters will entertain the crowds around town centre streets.
    • Entertainment was provided by acrobats, clowns and sometimes gladiators.
    • Musicians and acrobats entertain in a discreet way.
    • The show includes a breath-taking array of acrobats, gymnasts and dancers and runs until Sunday, February 22.
    • The camera pulls back to reveal three acrobats performing on sashes against the spectacular roof of the Royal Horticultural Halls in Victoria.
    • Wilmer already performs as an acrobat, trick motorcyclist, trapeze artist, magician, dancer and clown.
    • Later the group realised that its acrobats, walkers, gymnasts and stilt walkers needed a high protein diet.
    • We need all kinds of artists, from painters to performers, architects to acrobats and journalists to jewellery makers.
    • Then we'd be able to hold big gymnastics festivals where masses of gymnasts and acrobats would perform.
    • The boy boxers, no less than the storytellers, acrobats, dancers and musicians, are, to this extent, part of a total experience.
    • And if this is a trendsetter, our action sequences are not going to have beefy people flexing their muscles or lean and steely acrobats performing somersaults anymore.
    • The Great Bombay Circus is here, and the star attractions this time are the breathtaking performances by Russian acrobats.