crossed step forward

  1. скрещенный шаг спереди

 

скрещенный шаг спереди
Шаг в фигурном катании, в котором свободная нога расположена на льду снаружи от опорной ноги и скрещена перед опорной ногой. Ноги скрещены ниже колен.
[Департамент лингвистических услуг Оргкомитета «Сочи 2014». Глоссарий терминов]

EN

crossed step forward
In figure skating, a step in which the free foot is placed on ice on the outer edge side of the skating foot with the free leg crossed in front of the skating leg. The legs cross below the knees.
[Департамент лингвистических услуг Оргкомитета «Сочи 2014». Глоссарий терминов]

Тематики

  • фигурное катание

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  • crossed step forward


Англо-русский словарь нормативно-технической терминологии. . 2015.

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