sparring

  • 41Sparring Search —    The method by which bucks establish their dominance heirarchy. Sparring occurs during the prerut, when buck’s antlers are hard and strong. When sparring, two bucks will approach each other with their head low, and then lock antlers. They then… …

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  • 42Sparring-partner — Expression anglophone qui se traduit par « partenaire d’entraînement » et généralement utilisé dans le milieu de la boxe, des boxes pieds poings et au tennis. Plus exactement, il s’agit d’un partenaire d’un certain niveau destiné à… …

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  • 43sparring partner — a boxer who spars with and otherwise serves to train a boxer who is preparing for a bout. Also called sparring mate. [1905 10] * * * …

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  • 44sparring partner — spar·ring part·ner loc.s.m.inv. ES ingl. {{wmetafile0}} TS sport pugile che boxa con un altro pugile allo scopo di allenarlo Sinonimi: allenatore. {{line}} {{/line}} DATA: 1962. ETIMO: comp. di sparring esercizio e partner compagno …

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  • 45sparring partner — noun a boxer employed to engage in sparring with another as training. ↘a person with whom one continually argues in a friendly way …

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  • 46sparring partner — /ˈsparɪŋ patnə/ (say spahring pahtnuh) noun 1. someone who spars with a boxer in training. 2. Colloquial a habitual opponent in amicable argument. –phrase 3. old sparring partners, Colloquial people who have been engaged in friendly disputes from …

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  • 47sparring mate — noun a boxer who spars with another boxer who is training for an important fight • Syn: ↑sparring partner • Hypernyms: ↑boxer, ↑pugilist …

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  • 48sparring partner — noun a boxer who spars with another boxer who is training for an important fight • Syn: ↑sparring mate • Hypernyms: ↑boxer, ↑pugilist …

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  • 49sparring-partner — ingl. Boxeador que entrena a otro púgil …

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  • 50sparring partner — spar|ring part|ner [ sparıŋ ,partnər ] noun count someone who helps a BOXER train for a fight by taking the part of an opponent …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 51sparring partner — someone who one practices fighting with …

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  • 52sparring match — noun (C) a friendly argument that is not serious …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 53sparring partner — noun (C) 1 someone you practise boxing with 2 someone you regularly have friendly arguments with …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 54sparring partner — spar′ring part ner n. 1) spo a person who spars with and otherwise helps in training a boxer 2) a person with whom one engages in usu. friendly disputes • Etymology: 1905–10 …

    From formal English to slang

  • 55sparring match — noun a practice or exhibition boxing match • Hypernyms: ↑boxing match …

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  • 56Shotokan — Infobox martial art group logocaption = logosize = imagecaption = imagesize = name = Shōtōkan (松濤館流) aka = date founded = 1936 country = flagicon|Japan Japan founder = Gichin Funakoshi (1868–1957) Yoshitaka Funakoshi (1906–1945) arts = Karate… …

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  • 57Martial arts — For other uses, see Martial arts (disambiguation). Martial arts are extensive systems of codified practices and traditions of combat, practiced for a variety of reasons, including self defense, competition, physical health and fitness, as well as …

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  • 58Taekwondo — Infobox martial art logocaption = logosize = 50px imagecaption = A WTF taekwondo sparring match imagesize = name = Taekwondo aka = Taekwon Do, Tae Kwon Do, Tae Kwon Do focus = Striking country = flag|Korea creator = parenthood = olympic = Since… …

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  • 59Kumite — (組手) means sparring, and is one of the three main sections of karate training, along with kata and kihon. Kumite is the part of karate in which you train against an adversary, using the techniques learnt from the kihon and kata.Kumite can be used …

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  • 60Tang Soo Do — For other uses, see Tang Soo Do (disambiguation). Tang Soo Do Founder Hwang Kee (Founded Moo Duk Kwan Tang Soo Do) Ancestor arts Shotokan Karate, Subak, Taekkyeon, Kung Fu Descendant arts Chung Do Kwa …

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