Lunge

• (v. t.) To cause to go round in a ring, as a horse, while holding his halter. • (n.) A sudden thrust or pass, as with a sword. • (n.) Same as Namaycush. • (v. i.) To make a lunge.
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lunge

passado noun (fencing) an attacking thrust made with one foot forward and the back leg straight and with the sword arm outstretched forward
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Lunge

[exercise] A lunge can refer to any position of the human body where one leg is positioned forward with knee bent and foot flat on the ground while the other leg is positioned behind. It is used by athletes in cross-training for sports, by weight-trainers as a fitness exercise, and by yogis as part of an asana regimen. ==Strength training==...
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Lunge

[fencing] The lunge is the fundamental footwork technique used with all three fencing weapons: foil, épée and sabre. It is common to all contemporary fencing styles. The lunge is executed by kicking forward with the front foot, and pushing the body forward with the back leg. It can be used in combination with different blade work to deliv...
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Lunge

Lunge intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Lunged ; present participle & verbal noun Lunging .] To make a lunge.
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Lunge

Lunge noun [ Also spelt longe , from allonge . See Allonge , Long .] A sudden thrust or pass, as with a sword.
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Lunge

Lunge transitive verb To cause to go round in a ring, as a horse, while holding his halter. Thackeray.
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Lunge

a method of getting closer to an opponent with acceleration to make an attack and while maintaining balance and making it possible for a rapid recovery to On Guard
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Lunge

an attack made by extending the rear leg and landing on the bent front leg
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Lunge

Step forward or side, bending knee and checking the movement, maintaining an upward poise in the torso and head.
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Lunge

this is a word that comes from the language of aerobics and it is used by some dancers to name a movement in which you transfer the weight forward, and put half of it (or more) on one leg that advances and bends; the leg behind may stay extended or may bend too. It is like going to a wide fourth position (as we call it in dance), with legs in paral...
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lunge

[v] - make a thrusting forward movement
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