Russian word for pull-up bar?

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Russian word for pull-up bar?

Postby wolverine » 2018-03-06, 20:27

Reason for weird question: I'm compiling lists of vocabulary and this one is about household things. Google translate won't give me an accurate term.
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Re: Russian word for pull-up bar?

Postby TheStrayCat » 2018-03-06, 20:58

I would say "перекладина для подтягивания" but I am not very familiar with the sports terminology. Maybe there is a better word or phrase.

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Re: Russian word for pull-up bar?

Postby Katya O. » 2018-03-08, 8:01

Hello!

"перекладина для подтягивания" is an explanatory translation. The Russians usually say "турник".

https://www.multitran.ru/c/m.exe?l1=1&l ... ull-up+bar

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Re: Russian word for pull-up bar?

Postby wolverine » 2018-03-09, 4:58

Katya O. wrote:Hello!

"перекладина для подтягивания" is an explanatory translation. The Russians usually say "турник".

https://www.multitran.ru/c/m.exe?l1=1&l ... ull-up+bar


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