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sports

EnglishEdit

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EtymologyEdit

sport +‎ -s

NounEdit

sports

  1. plural form of sport

Derived termsEdit

VerbEdit

sports

  1. third-person singular simple present indicative form of sport

VerbEdit

sports (third-person singular simple present sportses, present participle sportsing, simple past and past participle sportsed)

  1. To participate in sports; typically used by a person with little interest in the subject to derisively elide details of the activity in question.
    There's a lot of sportsing happening in Brazil this summer. [said of the 2014 FIFA World Cup]

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FrenchEdit

NounEdit

sports m

  1. plural form of sport

LatvianEdit

Sports (Rīgas maratons)

EtymologyEdit

Probably via other European languages, ultimately a borrowing from English sport.

PronunciationEdit

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NounEdit

sports m (1st declension)

  1. sport, sports
    nodarboties ar sportu — to occupy oneself with, to practice sports
    sporta veidi — (types of) sports
    sporta būve / sporta bāze — gymnasium, sports facility
    sporta skolasports school
    sporta medicīnasports medicine
    sporta meistarssports master
    cīņas sports — martial arts (lit. fighting sports)
    slēpošana ir patīkams sports — skiing is an enjoyable sport
  2. activity about which one is passionate
    sēņošana viņam ir sports — mushroom picking is a sport to him

DeclensionEdit

Tripat Malhi

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SwedishEdit

VerbEdit

sports

  1. supine passive of spörja.