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EnglishEdit

 
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PronunciationEdit

EtymologyEdit

sport +‎ -s

NounEdit

sports

  1. plural of sport

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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 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 sportuto 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 sportsmartial arts (lit. fighting sports)
    slēpošana ir patīkams sports' skiing is an enjoyable sport
  2. activity about which one is passionate
    sēņošana viņam ir sportsmushroom picking is a sport to him

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Tripat Malhi

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SwedishEdit

VerbEdit

sports

  1. supine passive of spörja.