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black belt

noun [C]
 
 
the symbol of a very high standard in the sport of judo or karate
(柔道或空手道運動中象徵達到很高水準的)黑腰帶
Martial arts
someone who has received a black belt as a symbol of achieving a very high standard in judo or karate
(柔道或空手道運動中的)黑帶級高手
He's a black belt at karate.
他是一名空手道黑帶級選手。
Martial arts
(Definition of black belt from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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