Significado de “sport” - Diccionario Inglés

Significado de "sport" - Diccionario Inglés

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sportnoun

uk /spɔːt/ us /spɔːrt/

sport noun (GAME)

A1 [ C ] a game, competition, or activity needing physical effort and skill that is played or done according to rules, for enjoyment and/or as a job:

Football, basketball, and hockey are all team sports.
I enjoy winter sports like skiing and skating.

A1 [ U ] UK all types of physical activity that people do to keep healthy or for enjoyment:

She used to do/play a lot of sport when she was younger.

[ U ] old-fashioned enjoyment in doing things

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sport noun (PERSON)

[ C ] old-fashioned informal a pleasant, positive, generous person who does not complain about things they are asked to do or about games that they lose:

Oh, Douglas - be a (good) sport and give me a lift to the station.
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[ C ] Australian English a friendly way of talking to a man or boy:

[ as form of address ] Hello sport - how are you?

sportverb [ T ]

uk /spɔːt/ us /spɔːrt/

(Definition of “sport” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

Significado de "sport" - Diccionario Inglés Americano

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sportnoun

us /spɔrt, spoʊrt/

sport noun (GAME)

[ C/U ] a game, competition, or similar activity, done for enjoyment or as a job, that takes physical effort and skill and is played or done by following particular rules:

[ C ] Football, baseball, and basketball are all team sports.
[ U ] Do you hunt for sport or in order to eat?

sport noun (PERSON)

[ C ] infml a person who has a good attitude about playing a game or having to do something:

He was a very bad sport when he lost a game.
Be a sport and take your little sister to the movies with you.

sportverb [ T ]

us /spɔrt, spoʊrt/

sport verb [ T ] (WEAR)

to wear or be decorated with something:

Back in the 1960s he sported bellbottoms and long hair.

(Definition of “sport” from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)