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fencingnoun [U]

uk   us   /ˈfen.sɪŋ/

fencing noun [U] (STRUCTURE)

fences, or the materials used to make fences: wire/wooden fencing

fencing noun [U] (SPORT)

the sport of fighting with long, thin swords: a fencing tournament/mask I did a little bit of fencing while I was at college.
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