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It had a modest lawn where we could play badminton and croquet. Times, Sunday Times (2016)How many feet high is a badminton net in the centre? Times, Sunday Times (2016)While away the afternoon in a hammock, or play table tennis or badminton. Times, Sunday Times (2016)You can play badminton on the lawns or ride a complimentary bike. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The sight of two pairs of badminton players trying to lose was unedifying. Times, Sunday Times (2012)She now has to wear gloves and carries a badminton racket for protection. The Sun (2013)We know if we play our best badminton we have a chance of doing well. Times, Sunday Times (2014)We get photographs of him playing badminton. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Nor do we play badminton in an attempt to catch the bus. Times, Sunday Times (2009)My parents were members of a tennis and badminton club in Bedford. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The club has tennis, badminton and squash courts and an indoor pool. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Carry on with usual exercise Regular badminton and tennis and holiday skiing. Times, Sunday Times (2007)It's not that the badminton players have betrayed sport. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He also enjoys playing football computer games, badminton and bridge. The Sun (2008)ENGLAND'S bid to win a first badminton team gold medal since 2002 ended in disappointment. The Sun (2014)Eight Olympic badminton players have been disqualified for trying to throw the match. The Sun (2012)The question is, why would anybody want a life of opening badminton courts and sweaty palms anyway? Times, Sunday Times (2012)All employees can use a gym on site in Manchester with a badminton court and lunchtime circuit training. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Badminton rackets are graded in terms of shaft flexibility, and medium stiffness is fine for most club players. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Guests are encouraged to make the most of free snorkelling equipment, kayaks and sports like table tennis and badminton. The Sun (2015)Badminton rackets, one per player. The Sun (2009)By 10am the next day, they were on the badminton court. Times, Sunday Times (2015)A club is probably the best place for making the most of racket sports such as tennis, badminton and squash. Times, Sunday Times (2009)If you have squash or badminton experience and some racket skills, then you're doing well to make your university team. Times, Sunday Times (2009)In a typical game of badminton, contestants expend as much energy as in running a mile; singles games give the most vigorous aerobic workout. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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Translations for 'badminton'
British English: badminton /ˈbædmɪntən/ NOUN
Badminton is a game played on a rectangular court by two or four players. They hit a feathered object called a shuttlecock across a high net.
- American English: badminton
- Arabic: بادمنتون
- Brazilian Portuguese: badminton
- Chinese: 羽毛球
- Croatian: badminton
- Czech: badminton
- Danish: badminton
- Dutch: badminton
- European Spanish: bádminton
- Finnish: sulkapallo
- French: badminton
- German: Badminton
- Greek: μπάντμιντον
- Italian: badminton
- Japanese: バドミントン
- Korean: 배드민턴
- Norwegian: badminton
- Polish: badminton
- European Portuguese: badminton
- Romanian: badminton
- Russian: бадминтон
- Spanish: bádminton
- Swedish: badminton
- Thai: แบดมินตัน
- Turkish: badminton
- Ukrainian: бадмінтон
- Vietnamese: cầu lông
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