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  1. sport

    • IPA[spɔːt]

    英式

    • n.
      an activity involving physical exertion and skill in which an individual or team competes against another or others for entertainment;an occasion on which people compete in various athletic activities
    • v.
      wear or display (a distinctive item);play in a lively, energetic way
    • verb: sport, 3rd person present: sports, gerund or present participle: sporting, past tense: sported, past participle: sported

    • noun: sport, plural noun: sports

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    名詞

    • 1. an activity involving physical exertion and skill in which an individual or team competes against another or others for entertainment team sports such as soccer and rugby I used to play a lot of sport
    • British an occasion on which people compete in various athletic activities I won the 200 metres in the school sports
    • success or pleasure derived from an activity such as hunting or fishing I have heard there is good sport to be had in Buttermere
    • dated entertainment; fun it was considered great sport to catch him out
    • archaic a source of amusement or entertainment I do not wish to show myself the sport of a man like Wildeve
    • 2. informal a person who behaves in a good or specified way in response to teasing, defeat, or a similarly trying situation go on, be a sport! Angela's a bad sport
    • Australian, New Zealand used as a friendly form of address, especially between men who do not know each other hold on, sport!
    • 3. an animal or plant showing abnormal or striking variation from the parent type, especially in form or colour, as a result of spontaneous mutation.

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