A strong, taut sheet, usually of canvas, attached with springs to a metal frame and used for gymnastic springing and tumbling.(noun)
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Use "trampoline" in a sentence
"The name trampoline comes from the Spanish "trampolin," or diving board."
"It was while touring Mexico City that Mr. Nissen said he was inspired to name his invention "trampoline," after a Spanish word for diving board."
"However, this should not occur until the snow has left and the trampoline is ready for action."