asymmetric bars

asymmetric bars
женские брусья

English-Russian sports dictionary. - Russkiy yazyk Media. . 2006.

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  • asymmetric bars — noun The uneven bars …   Wiktionary

  • asymmetric bars — plural noun a pair of bars of different heights used in women s gymnastics …   English new terms dictionary

  • asymmetric bars — …   Useful english dictionary

  • Uneven bars — The uneven parallel bars or asymmetric bars is an artistic gymnastics apparatus. It is used only by female gymnasts. It is made of a metal or steel frame. The bars are made of wood, plastic, or composite materials. The English abbreviation for… …   Wikipedia

  • uneven bars — noun a pair of parallel bars set at different heights; used in women s gymnastics • Syn: ↑uneven parallel bars • Hypernyms: ↑parallel bars, ↑bars * * * noun [plural] sports : a pair of long bars that are supported by a base, are parallel to each… …   Useful english dictionary

  • uneven bars — noun a) A set of apparatus used by female gymnasts consisting of two horizontal bars at a small distance apart and set at different heights. b) A gymnastics event using the uneven bars. Syn: asymmetric bars, bars …   Wiktionary

  • parallel bars — noun a) A set of apparatus consisting of two horizontal bars at a small distance apart, used by male gymnasts, upon which acts of swinging and holding and jumping are performed. b) A gymnastics event using the parallel bars. See Also: asymmetric… …   Wiktionary

  • uneven bars — plural noun North American term for asymmetric bars …   English new terms dictionary

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