sport

sport
I [spɔːt]
nome
1) (physical activity) sport m., attività f. sportiva

team sports — sport di squadra

indoor, outdoor sports — sport che si praticano al coperto, all'aperto

2) scol. (subject) educazione f. fisica
3) form. (fun)

to have great sport — divertirsi moltissimo

to make sport of sb. — farsi gioco di qcn

4) colloq.

to be a good sport — (in games) essere sportivo; (when teased) sapere stare allo scherzo o al gioco

be a sport! — non prendertela!

II [spɔːt]
verbo transitivo sfoggiare, ostentare [hat]
* * *
[spo:t] 1. noun
1) (games or competitions involving physical activity: She's very keen on sport of all kinds.) sport
2) (a particular game or amusement of this kind: Hunting, shooting and fishing are not sports I enjoy.) sport
3) (a good-natured and obliging person: He's a good sport to agree to do that for us!) (tipo in gamba)
4) (fun; amusement: I only did it for sport.) gioco, divertimento
2. verb
(to wear, especially in public: He was sporting a pink tie.) sfoggiare
- sports
- sports car
- sports jacket
- sportsman
- sportswear
- a sporting chance
* * *
I [spɔːt]
nome
1) (physical activity) sport m., attività f. sportiva

team sports — sport di squadra

indoor, outdoor sports — sport che si praticano al coperto, all'aperto

2) scol. (subject) educazione f. fisica
3) form. (fun)

to have great sport — divertirsi moltissimo

to make sport of sb. — farsi gioco di qcn

4) colloq.

to be a good sport — (in games) essere sportivo; (when teased) sapere stare allo scherzo o al gioco

be a sport! — non prendertela!

II [spɔːt]
verbo transitivo sfoggiare, ostentare [hat]

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