Sinônimos de sport
such activities collectivelyI'd say football is my favourite sport.
the game of hide-and-seek
Lack of exercise can lead to feelings of depression and exhaustion.
Saturday afternoon is for recreation and outings.
Try to strike a balance between work and play.
a few hours of play until you go to bed
He organized entertainments and events for elderly people.
People had very few amusements to choose from in those days.
Finger-painting is an excellent diversion.
His favourite pastime is golf.
playful or good-humoured jokingHad themselves a bit of sport first, didn't they?
fun, , , ,
There was lots of fun going on last night.
He was subjected to public ridicule.
joshing (slang, mainly US, Canadian),
She heard them exchanging good-natured banter.
Their relationship is never short on fun and frolic.
It was a jest rather than a reproach.
That caused considerable mirth amongst the pupils.
He jokes and ad-libs, to the general merriment of the audience.
She tried to respond to his light-hearted badinage.
to wear proudly(informal) He was fat-faced, heavily-built and sported a red moustache.
Millson's face wore a smug expression.
She does not have to display her charms.
openly flaunting their wealth
She boasted about her achievements.
Her work was exhibited in the best galleries in Europe.
He flourished his glass to make the point.
He had been showing off at the poker table.
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I'm fanatical about sport: there seems to me something almost religious about the fact that human beings can organize play, the spirit of playWhen a man wants to murder a tiger he calls it sport; when the tiger wants to murder him he calls it ferocity – Maxims for Revolutionists]The flannelled fools at the wicket or the muddied oafs at the goals – The Islanders]To be No. 1 in sport you have to have a narrow tunnel vision. Dedication. You want to call it selfishness, arrogance, whatever. It's dog eat dog. There are no prisoners taken; there's none expectedIt's more than a game. It's an institution – Tom Brown's Schooldays]cricket - a game which the English, not being a spiritual people, have invented in order to give themselves some conception of eternity – Bees in Some Bonnets]Golf is a good walk spoiled
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in the sense of amusement
something that amuses or entertains someonePeople had very few amusements to choose from in those days.
in the sense of badinage
playful and witty conversationShe tried to respond to his light-hearted badinage.
in the sense of banter
teasing or joking conversationShe heard them exchanging good-natured banter.
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