High-bar



noun, Gymnastics.
1.
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noun, Gymnastics.
1.
a bar fixed in a position parallel to the floor or ground, for use in chinning and other exercises.
2.
an event in gymnastic competitions, judged on strength and grace while performing specific movements on such a bar.
noun
1.
(gymnastics) a raised bar on which swinging and vaulting exercises are performed Also called high bar

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