sport ( sports plural )
1 n-var Sports are games such as football and basketball and other competitive leisure activities which need physical effort and skill.
I'd say football is my favourite sport..., She excels at sport..., Billy turned on a radio to get the sports news.
2 n-count If you say that someone is a sport or a good sport, you mean that they cope with a difficult situation or teasing in a cheerful way. OLD-FASHIONED, approval He was accused of having no sense of humor, of not being a good sport.
blood sport ( blood sports plural ) , bloodsport Blood sports are sports such as hunting in which animals are killed. n-count
field sport ( field sports plural ) Hunting, shooting birds, and fishing with a rod are referred to as field sports when they are done mainly for pleasure. n-count usu pl
spectator sport ( spectator sports plural ) A spectator sport is a sport that is interesting and entertaining to watch. n-count
The most popular spectator sport is football.
sport utility vehicle ( sport utility vehicles plural ) , sports utility vehicle A sport utility vehicle is a powerful vehicle with four-wheel drive that can be driven over rough ground. The abbreviation SUV is often used. n-count
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