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badminton

noun [no plural]   /ˈbæd·mɪn·tən/
A2 a sport in which two or four people hit a small object that looks like a ball with feathers over a net bádminton
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badminton

noun /ˈbӕdmintən/
a game played on a court with a shuttlecock and rackets bádminton Have you ever played badminton?
(Definition of badminton from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “badminton”
in Korean 배드민턴…
in Arabic تِنِس الرِّيشة…
in Malaysian badminton…
in French badminton…
in Russian бадминтон…
in Chinese (Traditional) 羽毛球運動…
in Italian badminton…
in Turkish badminton…
in Polish badminton…
in Vietnamese cầu lông…
in Portuguese badminton: espécie de tênis jogado com raquete e peteca…
in Thai แบดมินตัน…
in German das Badminton…
in Catalan bàdminton…
in Japanese バドミントン…
in Chinese (Simplified) 羽毛球运动…
in Indonesian bulu tangkis…
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