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lunge definition

  • noun:
    • an abrupt push or pass, just like a sword.
    • an abrupt forward movement or plunge.
    • a-sudden forward action, particularly with a sword.
    • A long rope or level web line, additionally called a lunge line, more or less 20-30 legs lengthy, connected to the bridle, lungeing cavesson, or halter of a horse and it is regularly get a handle on the pet while lungeing.
    • a fitness done by stepping forward one leg while kneeling aided by the various other leg, then going back back once again to a standing position.
    • A fish, the namaycush.
    • a rapid push or pass, as with a sword.
    • just like namaycush.
    • In fencing, a thrust.
    • Any abrupt forward action of an individual or thing resembling the lunge of a fencer; a plunge; a lurch: since, the lunge of a coach.
    • Same as longe.
    • an extended rope used to train a horse; additionally, the circular track or band in which horses are trained by cantering them all over side of the ring in one way using a lunge.
    • (fencing) an attacking push made out of one-foot forward therefore the straight back leg right along with the blade arm outstretched ahead
    • the work of dancing suddenly
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To make a-sudden thrust or pass.
    • to maneuver with a rapid push.
    • to help make a lunge.
  • verb-transitive:
    • resulting in (some body) to lunge.
    • To cause going round in a ring, as a horse, while holding his halter.
  • verb:
    • To make a rapid forward activity (current participle: lunging).
    • To longe or work a horse in a circle around a handler (current participle: lunging or lungeing).
    • make a thrusting ahead motion
  • others:
    • To push, like in fencing, using the blade or foil; make a thrust ahead; leap.
    • to cover up; skulk.
    • resulting in to move in a plunging or leaping manner, as a horse held by an extended rein, for workout or education.
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