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EtymologyEdit

From marksman +‎ -ship.

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NounEdit

marksmanship (countable and uncountable, plural marksmanships)

  1. The ability to shoot accurately at a target.
    • 2018 December 8, Phil McNulty, “Chelsesa 2 - 0 Manchester City”, in BBC Sport[1]:
      City's multi-talented squad can cover almost all eventualities, but this was a game in which they sorely missed the marksmanship of the injured Sergio Aguero, and also Kevin de Bruyne's creation.

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