Definition of 'mascot'
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Athletes use lucky mascots in the same way to prepare themselves for competition. Training with N.L.P. (1994)Furry animal suits as worn by mascots at football matches? Times, Sunday Times (2010)Schools have been forced to stop adopting toys as class mascots after finding that they triggered competition with parents. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Do you have a lucky mascot? The Sun (2014)He reminds them too much of the Olympic mascots. The Sun (2012)The name of the official mascot was Pique. The Sun (2014)ARSENAL have a dinosaur as their club mascot. The Sun (2008)I call him my lucky mascot. The Sun (2015)THE new Olympic mascots have become a running joke on the net. The Sun (2010)I'll be his lucky mascot any day. The Sun (2010)He is surely a lucky mascot after winning his FOURTH promotion to the top flight. The Sun (2015)The onboard video camera and project mascot, a toy hedgehog, were recovered intact. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Thunder's assistant coach had his brush with danger in a shortlived spell as the club 's mascot. The Sun (2009)Other wacky policies include turning the town hall in Oldham into a zoo and giving the town's football club mascot a knighthood. The Sun (2011)It is a mascot of an animal, a furry ET. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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Translations for 'mascot'
British English: mascot NOUN
A mascot is an animal, toy, or symbol which is associated with a particular organization or event, and which is thought to bring good luck.
...the official mascot of the football team.
Definition of mascot from the Collins English Dictionary
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