Acrobat

(redirected from acrobatics)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

Acrobat

A computer program that converts any document into the form it would look like if it were printed. Sometimes these documents can be edited in Acrobat, but not always. It preserves all colors and formatting the document had in other programs.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
What happened in Shoreham was a terrible tragedy but planes should never have been doing acrobatics over a busy road.
While the key to a good pizza is having well-kneaded dough, Pagano said the secret to pizza acrobatics is enjoying the act itself along with the music.
Shaw, competing at Chelsea White, was a two-time National Collegiate Acrobatics & Tumbling Association all-American and also won an individual national title as a senior.
In addition to co-managing and teaching at the studio, Gregg Curtis works as a creative director and producer with an array of performers and companies, drawing on his extensive background in acrobatics and aerials.
HEART-STOPPING: Eryri Vaulters with their equine acrobatics
The show brings synchronised acrobatics and athletics into Cirque Du Soleil's signature artistic expression, with each performance turning into a story of its own.
The 2' hour production sees world-renowned performers being put to the test with dramatic acrobatics such as the intense and high-energy Aerial High Bars in which daring aerialists fly to catchers swinging more than 40 feet above the stage.
ISLAMABAD, January 14, 2012 (Balochistan Times): The visiting 14-member Guangdong Art Troupe from Peoples Republic of China gave enthralling performance of Chinese acrobatics here Friday for the students of Roots School System at Pakistan National Council of the Arts (PNCA).
As part of DMS's input, they will be treated to impressive entertainment, courtesy of the Flying Acrobatics Show, especially flown in from Beijing, China.
THE country was left spellbound by acrobatics after the final of Britain's Got Talent, but Denby Dale girl Jess Judge was leading the way long before they hit our screens.
Summary: CONAKRY (Cihan) - A new hope developed for the poor children of Guinea to make their life by learning acrobatics and vocational knowledge.
It promises to be a dazzling display of precision acrobatics, circus skills, colourful characters from Peking Opera, physical theatre and drama choreographed to an original music score.