- n. Plural form of trampoline.
“There are two courts that are wall to wall trampolines, which is a lot better than the one trampoline in a backyard.”
“It then inserts "trampolines" inside of functions affected by the patch.”
“While objects such as trampolines have proven to be dangerous, many injuries arise from things that parents may assume are much safer.”
“Doodler jumps upon various platforms and items such as trampolines and jet packs to climb high into the heavens.”
“These gifts could be trips to the Caribbean islands, cars, or things such as trampolines or playhouses.”
“I probably dreamed about him when I was younger, but these days my most common dream is falling off buildings and onto trampolines, which is great fun.”
“There are also 10 trampolines, one for each member of the cast, under a series of trap doors.”
“When you jump on those trampolines, the floor does not move at all.”
“Rob Bennett for The Wall Street Journal Hidden below the deck's surface is a 4,000-pound water tank used in the baptism scene and also 10 trampolines, one for each member of the cast, under a series of trap doors.”
“Over the next year, the owners hope to bring a variety of exercise classes—incorporating trampolines, swords or ballroom dance—to nontraditional fitness venues throughout the five boroughs.”
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