JUGGLING | definition in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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Meaning of juggling in English

juggling noun [ U ] us

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/ ˈdʒʌɡ.lɪŋ /
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/ ˈdʒʌɡ.lɪŋ /

juggling noun [U] ( ENTERTAINMENT )

the action of juggling objects (= throwing and catching several of them at the same time ) in order to entertain people : The Chinese circus includes aerial dance , double trapeze and juggling.   Oliver Rossi/Stone/GettyImages More examples There is a circus workshop for those who fancy mastering the art of walking on stilts , riding unicycles or juggling. A recent study found that juggling causes certain areas of the brain to grow , and improves your hand-eye co-ordination. The game lets you take on unusual challenges such as virtual banana juggling. SMART Vocabulary: related words and phrases Miscellaneous games & activities air hockey beer pong boomerang bran tub buildering bungee Chinese puzzle jigsaw keepy-uppy korfball LARP LARPer level up pinball raffle sudoku table football tabletop tailgating tic-tac-toe See more results »

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juggling noun [U] ( MANAGING )

the activity of trying to manage your life or job when you are involved in several different activities that all demand your time : The point is not just to help women do the "juggling" but to acknowledge that caring is a vital contribution to the economy . More examples She is responsible for booking study centers , mailing course materials to students and keeping tutors briefed , which requires some juggling. The media reacts to women who give up well-paid jobs to look after children with references to "juggling" and "the myth of having-it-all." It can get hectic but I'm a very methodical worker and I'm pretty good at juggling. SMART Vocabulary: related words and phrases Coping and not coping balancing act be left holding the bag idiom bear up bite bite off more than you can chew idiom cut hand head hold keep body and soul together idiom keep the wolf from the door idiom keep your head above water idiom keep/hold your end up idiom live (from) hand to mouth idiom manage stretch to something stride subsist subsistence take something in your stride idiom See more results » (Definition of juggling from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

Translations of juggling

in Chinese (Traditional) (雜耍)拋接戲, 處理生活工作中的眾多瑣事… See more in Chinese (Simplified) (杂耍)抛接戏, 处理生活工作中的众多琐事… See more Need a translator?

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