track and field Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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track and fieldnoun [U]

uk   us   US (also track, UK athletics)
the ​generalname for a ​particulargroup of ​sports in which ​peoplecompete, ​includingrunning, ​jumping, and ​throwing: The ​team had no ​chance of ​strikinggold in track and ​field.
(Definition of track and field from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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track and fieldnoun [U]

 us   /ˈtræk ən ˈfild/
a ​group of ​sports that ​includesrunning, ​jumping, and ​throwingobjects and that usually ​involveslarge competitions
(Definition of track and field from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “track and field”
in Chinese (Simplified) 田径运动/田径队/俱乐部/运动会…
in Turkish atletizm…
in Russian легкая атлетика…
in Chinese (Traditional) 田徑運動/田徑隊/俱樂部/運動會…
in Polish lekkoatletyka…
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