Definition of 'pentathlon'
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The women's modern pentathlon is a great day. Times, Sunday Times (2010)From this swashbuckling storyline modern pentathlon was born 100 years ago. Times, Sunday Times (2012)EXPERIENCE is crucial in modern pentathlon, the sport that demands the ability to balance varying physical and mental disciplines over years of training. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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Translations for 'pentathlon'
British English: pentathlon /pɛnˈtæθlən/ NOUN
A pentathlon is an athletics competition in which each person must compete in five different events.
- American English: pentathlon
- Arabic: مُبَارَاةٌ خُمَاسِيَةٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: pentatlo
- Chinese: 五项全能运动
- Croatian: pentatlon
- Czech: pětiboj
- Danish: femkamp
- Dutch: vijfkamp
- European Spanish: pentatlón
- Finnish: viisiottelu
- French: pentathlon
- German: Fünfkampf
- Greek: πένταθλο
- Italian: pentathlon
- Japanese: 五種競技
- Korean: 오종 경기
- Norwegian: femkamp
- Polish: pięciobój
- European Portuguese: pentatlo
- Romanian: pentatlon
- Russian: пятиборье
- Spanish: pentatlón
- Swedish: femkamp
- Thai: การแข่งขันกรีฑาห้าประเภท
- Turkish: pentatlon
- Ukrainian: п'ятиборство
- Vietnamese: cuộc thi điền kinh năm môn
Definition of pentathlon from the Collins English Dictionary
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