Definition of 'martial art'
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Plus his martial arts skills are surprisingly effective. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It is used in certain martial arts to reduce consciousness. The Sun (2017)Pals said he was a martial arts expert who liked online poker. The Sun (2016)Both men were martial arts enthusiasts. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Despite its global popularity, mixed martial arts still hovers on the fringes of sport here. The Sun (2016)THE blind Jedi warrior monk fights against the evil Empire using his staff and martial arts skills. The Sun (2016)He is said to have assembled a bunch of fellow martial arts experts to carry out the spectacular heist. The Sun (2008)But women with a longer index finger were better at cricket, martial arts and gymnastics. The Sun (2010) Contemporary dance, martial arts and yoga all go into the mix of his distinctive style. Times, Sunday Times (2009)COPS were stunned when they caught a man brandishing this 2ft martial arts knife on a night out. The Sun (2006)
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Used Rarely. martial art is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'martial art'
British English: martial art NOUN
A martial art is one of the methods of fighting, often without weapons, for example kung fu, karate, or judo.
Definition of martial art from the Collins English Dictionary
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