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steeplechase

noun [C] uk   /ˈstiː.pl̩.tʃeɪs/ us  
a long race in which horses or people have to jump over fences, bushes, etc., either across the countryside or, more usually, on a track
Translations of “steeplechase”
in Chinese (Traditional) 障礙賽馬(或賽跑), 越野賽馬(或賽跑)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 障碍赛马(或赛跑), 越野赛马(或赛跑)…
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