How would you say splits in general in Spanish? (See picture below)
I looked it up on word reference and found spagat. Is that correct?
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Spagat is the technical name in dance argot, coming from the term in German. It is more commonly referred as "split"; which can be translated as 'estar abierto/a de piernas' - that is "to be with both legs open".