judo Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"judo" in British English

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judonoun [U]

uk   /ˈdʒuː.dəʊ/  us   /-doʊ/
a ​sport in which two ​peoplefight using ​theirarms and ​legs and ​hands and ​feet, and ​try to ​throw each other to the ​ground: He's a ​blackbelt (= has the ​highestlevel of ​skill) in/at judo.
(Definition of judo from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"judo" in American English

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judonoun [U]

 us   /ˈdʒud·oʊ/
a ​sport in which two ​peoplefight with ​theirarms and ​legs, using ​skill more than ​strength, in ​trying to ​throw each other to the ​ground
(Definition of judo from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “judo”
in Korean 유도…
in Arabic رياضة الجودو…
in Malaysian judo…
in French judo…
in Russian дзюдо…
in Chinese (Traditional) 柔道…
in Italian judo…
in Turkish judo…
in Polish judo, dżudo…
in Spanish yudo…
in Vietnamese môn võ Juđô…
in Portuguese judô…
in Thai กีฬายูโด…
in German das Judo…
in Catalan judo…
in Japanese 柔道…
in Chinese (Simplified) 柔道…
in Indonesian judo…
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