disport

  • 101insouciant — adjective /ɪnˈsusiənt/ Carefree, nonchalant, indifferent; casually unconcerned. It was there that on Sunday I had seen the populace disport itself, and it was full of life then, gay and insouciant …

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  • 102спорт — Заимствование из английского, в котором sport возникло из старофранцузского disport – игра …

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  • 103Meilin — at a photo shoot for her latest article on China Daily, Beijing, China. Jun 25, 2010 Chinese name 梅琳 Pinyin Mei Lin (Mandarin) …

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  • 104Geschichte des Sports — Der Begriff Sport entstand im 18. Jahrhundert und bezeichnete ursprüngliche die spezifische Form der Leibesübungen im damaligen England. Im 20. Jahrhundert wurde der Begriff vermehrt für jegliche Bewegungs und Wettkampfformen verwendet. So werden …

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  • 105Спорт( детский и юношеский) — (англ. sport, сокращение от disport игра, развлечение)     система организации занятий и соревнований по различным комплексам физических упражнений с целью совершенствования физического развития, духовных и волевых качеств личности, достижения… …

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  • 106frolic — I noun amusement, antic, caper, carousal, drollery, entertainment, escapade, fun, gaiety, gambol, jocoseness, jollity, joviality, lark, merriment, merrymaking, mirth, play, pleasantry, recreation, rollick, romp, vagary associated concepts: detour …

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  • 107Sport - info! — Sport: Das Wort Sport bedeutete ursprünglich „Zeitvertreib“. Das im 19. Jahrhundert aus dem Englischen übernommene Wort sport war eine Abkürzung von disport „Belustigung, Zerstreuung“. Es ist über altfranzösisch desport von dem lateinischen Verb… …

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  • 108спорт — а, м. ст. фр. desport, déport забава, развлечение> англ. to disport > sport. 1. Физические упражнения (гимнастика, борьба, игры, туризм), имеющие целью развитие и укрепление организма. БАС 1. Избыток молодости и кипучей жизни проявлявшийся… …

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  • 109Freud, Sigmund — (1856–1939)    Now known as the founder of psychoanalysis, Freud enrolled in the University of Vienna in 1873 as a medical student; he later entered the General Hospital of Vienna in 1882 to qualify for private practice. He soon joined the staff… …

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  • 110antic — Synonyms and related words: animated, artifice, bizarre, caper, capersome, caracole, carry on, casual, cavort, coltish, comic, comical, curvet, cut a dido, cut capers, cut up, dance, disport, easy, exuberant, fanciful, fantastic, farcical,… …

    Moby Thesaurus

  • 111behave — Synonyms and related words: acquit, act, act toward, act well, be good, be nice, bear, behave toward, carry, comport, conduct, control, cope with, deal by, deal with, demean, deport, direct, disport, do, do by, do right, function, go on, handle,… …

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  • 112brandish — Synonyms and related words: advertise, affect, air, betoken, blazon forth, breathe, bring forth, bring forward, bring into view, bring out, bring to notice, dangle, demonstrate, develop, disclose, display, disport, divulge, dramatize, emblazon,… …

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  • 113caper — Synonyms and related words: antic, beam, bob, bounce, burglary, capriole, caracole, carol, carry on, cavort, chirp, chirrup, clap hands, crime, curvet, cut a dido, cut capers, cut up, dance, delight, devilment, dido, disport, escapade, exult,… …

    Moby Thesaurus

  • 114caracole — Synonyms and related words: amble, antic, beam, bob, bounce, canter, caper, capriole, carol, carry on, cavort, chirp, chirrup, clap hands, curvet, cut a dido, cut capers, cut up, dance, delight, dido, disport, exult, falcade, flounce, fool around …

    Moby Thesaurus

  • 115carry — Synonyms and related words: accept, accomplish, acquit, act, act up, adopt, affiliate, afford support, air express, airfreight, airlift, announce, approve, asportation, attend, back, back up, balance, balance the books, be gravid, be in, be… …

    Moby Thesaurus

  • 116carry on — Synonyms and related words: abide, act up, antic, assault, attack, barbarize, batter, be enthusiastic, be livid, be patient, be pissed, be responsible for, bear with composure, behave ill, bide, bluster, boil, browned off, brutalize, bubble over …

    Moby Thesaurus

  • 117cavort — Synonyms and related words: antic, bob, bounce, bound, caper, capriole, caracole, carry on, curvet, cut a dido, cut capers, cut up, dance, dido, disport, falcade, flounce, fool around, frisk, frolic, gambade, gambado, gambol, horse around,… …

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  • 118cut up — Synonyms and related words: act up, afflict, aggrieve, anguish, antic, apportion, barb the dart, behave ill, break down, bring to tears, broken down, brokenhearted, bruise, caper, caracole, carp, carry on, carve, carve up, catch at straws, cavil …

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  • 119dance — Synonyms and related words: Charleston, Highland fling, Lambeth Walk, Mexican hat dance, Portland fancy, Virginia reel, Watusi, acid rock, allemande, antic, arabesque, assemblee, assembly, assignation, at home, avant garde jazz, bal, bal costume …

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  • 120display — Synonyms and related words: CRT spot, Century, DM display, Doppler signal, Doric, Egyptian, Elzevir, Garamond, Gothic, IF signal, IM display, Ionic, RF echoes, Transitional, Typewriter, advertise, affect, air, airing, anteriority, antique,… …

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