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tennisnoun [U]

us   uk   /ˈten.ɪs/
A1 a game played between two or four people on a special playing area that involves hitting a small ball across a central net using a racket

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(Definition of tennis from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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tennisnoun [U]

us   /ˈten·ɪs/
a game played on a specially marked playing area in which two or four people use rackets to hit a small ball across a center net
(Definition of tennis from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “tennis”
in Korean 테니스…
in Arabic تِنِس…
in Malaysian tenis…
in French (de) tennis…
in Russian теннис…
in Chinese (Traditional) 網球運動…
in Italian tennis…
in Turkish tenis, tenis sporu…
in Polish tenis…
in Spanish tenis…
in Vietnamese quần vợt…
in Portuguese tênis…
in Thai กีฬาเทนนิส…
in German das Tennis, Tennis-……
in Catalan tennis…
in Japanese テニス…
in Chinese (Simplified) 网球运动…
in Indonesian tenis…
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