a bar fixed in a position parallel to the floor or ground, for use in chinning and other exercises.
an event in gymnastic competitions, judged on strength and grace while performing specific movements on such a bar.
(gymnastics) a raised bar on which swinging and vaulting exercises are performed Also called high bar
noun 1. an automobile headlight beam providing bright, long-range illumination of a darkened road and chiefly for use in driving in nonurban areas.
[hahy-bahyn-der] /ˈhaɪˌbaɪn dər/ noun 1. a swindler; confidence man; cheat. 2. a dishonest political official or leader. 3. a member of a secret Chinese band or society employed in U.S. cities in blackmail, assassination, etc. 4. a ruffian or rowdy. /ˈhaɪˌbaɪndə/ noun (US, informal) 1. a gangster 2. a corrupt politician 3. (formerly) a member […]
- High bit
[high-order bit] The most significant bit in a byte. See also meta bit, hobbit, dread high bit disease. [Jargon File]
noun 1. a horse that produces a blowing sound when exhaling.