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【完全保存版】英語 名詞フラッシュカード(Sports)スポーツの単語 Answer Key

こちらは、「Sports」のAnswer Keyです。なるべく、英語のまま捉えられるように、日本語訳を抜いています。

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Answer Key

球技など

soccer【ˈsɑːkər】


:a game played by two teams of 11 players, using a round ball which players kick up and down the playing field. Teams try to kick the ball into the other team’s goal.

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baseball【ˈbeɪsbɔːl】


:a game played especially in the US by two teams of nine players, using a bat and ball. Each player tries to hit the ball and then run around four bases before the other team can return the ball.

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rugby【ˈrʌɡbi】


:a game played by two teams of 13 or 15 players, using an oval ball which may be kicked or carried. Teams try to put the ball over the other team’s line.

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American football【əˌmerɪkən ˈfʊtbɔːl】


:a game played by two teams of 11 players, using an oval ball that players kick, throw, or carry. Teams try to put the ball over the other team’s line.

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tennis【ˈtenɪs】


:a game in which two or four players use rackets to hit a ball backwards and forwards across a net on a specially marked court

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golf【ɡɑːlf】


:a game played over a large area of ground using sticks with a special shape to hit a small hard ball (a golf ball) into a series of 9 or 18 holes, using as few shots as possible

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softball【ˈsɔːftbɔːl】


:a game similar to baseball but played on a smaller field with a larger, softer ball

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cricket【ˈkrɪkɪt】


:a game played on grass by two teams of 11 players. Players score points (called runs) by hitting the ball with a wooden bat and running between two sets of vertical wooden sticks, called stumps.

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basketball【ˈbæskɪtbɔːl】


:a game played by two teams of five players, using a large ball which players try to throw into a high net hanging from a ring

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badminton【ˈbædmɪntən】


:a game like tennis played by two or four people, usually indoors. Players hit a small light kind of ball, originally with feathers around it (= a shuttlecock) across a high net using a racket.

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table tennis【ˈteɪbl tenɪs】


:a game played like tennis with bats and a small plastic ball on a table with a net across it

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volleyball【ˈvɑːlibɔːl】


:a game in which two teams of six players use their hands to hit a large ball backwards and forwards over a high net while trying not to let the ball touch the ground on their own side

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squash【skwɑːʃ】


:a game for two players, played in a court surrounded by four walls, using rackets and a small rubber ball

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bowling【ˈbəʊlɪŋ】


:a game in which players roll heavy balls (called bowls) along a special track towards a group of pins (= objects that are like bottles in shape) and try to knock over as many of them as possible

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pool【puːl】


:a game for two people played with 16 balls on a table, often in pubs and bars. Players use cues (= long sticks) to try to hit the balls into pockets at the edge of the table.
▶️「billiards」でも通じます。

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陸上など

track and field【ˌtræk ən ˈfiːld】


:sports such as running, jumping and throwing that people compete in
陸上競技

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running【ˈrʌnɪŋ】


:the action or sport of running

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marathon【ˈmærəθɑːn】


:lasting a long time and requiring a lot of effort, concentration, etc.

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long jump【ˈlɔːŋ dʒʌmp】


:a sporting event in which people try to jump as far forward as possible after running up to a line

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high jump【ˈhaɪ dʒʌmp】


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:a sporting event in which people try to jump over a high bar that is gradually raised higher and higher

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pole vault【ˈpəʊl vɔːlt】


:a sporting event in which people try to jump over a high bar, using a long thin straight piece of wood or fibreglass to push themselves off the ground

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javelin throw【ˈdʒævlɪn θrəʊ】


:the event or sport of throwing a javelin as far as possible

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discus throw【ˈdɪskəs θrəʊ】


:the event or sport of throwing a discus as far as possible

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gymnastics【dʒɪmˈnæstɪks】


:physical exercises, often using special equipment, that develop and show the body’s strength and ability to move and bend easily, often done as a sport in competitions

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weightlifting【ˈweɪtlɪftɪŋ】


:the sport or activity of lifting heavy weights

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archery【ˈɑːrtʃəri】


:the art or sport of shooting arrows with a bow

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cycling【ˈsaɪklɪŋ】


:the sport or activity of riding a bicycle

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motor racing【ˈməʊtər reɪsɪŋ】


:the sport of racing fast cars on a special track

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水泳など

swimming【ˈswɪmɪŋ】


:the sport or activity of swimming

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diving【ˈdaɪvɪŋ】


:the sport or activity of diving into water with your head and arms first

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water polo【ˈwɔːtər pəʊləʊ】


:a game played by two teams of people swimming in a swimming pool. Players try to throw a ball into the other team’s goal.

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scuba diving【ˈskuːbə daɪvɪŋ】


:the sport or activity of swimming underwater using special breathing equipment consisting of a container of air which you carry on your back and a tube through which you breathe the air

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rowing【ˈrəʊɪŋ】


:the sport or activity of traveling in a boat using oars

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kayaking【ˈkaɪækɪŋ】


:the activity or sport of traveling in a kayak

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waterskiing【ˈwɔːtərskiːɪŋ】


:the sport or activity of skiing on water while being pulled by a fast boat

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surfing【ˈsɜːrfɪŋ】


:the sport of riding on waves while standing on a narrow board called a surfboard

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windsurfing【ˈwɪndsɜːrfɪŋ】


the sport of sailing on water standing on a windsurfer

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snorkeling 【ˈsnɔːrkəlɪŋ】


:the sport or activity of swimming underwater with a snorkel

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fishing【ˈfɪʃɪŋ】


:the sport or business of catching fish

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スケートや登山など

skateboarding【ˈskeɪtbɔːrdɪŋ】


:the sport or activity of riding on a skateboard

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roller skating【ˈrəʊlər skeɪtɪŋ】


:the activity of moving over the ground wearing roller skates (= a type of boot with two pairs of small wheels attached to the bottom)

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horse riding【ˈhɔːrs raɪdɪŋ】


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:the sport or activity of riding horses

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abseiling【ˈæbseɪlɪŋ】


:the sport or activity of going down a steep cliff or rock while attached to a rope, pushing against the slope or rock with your feet
▶️下に降りるスポーツです。

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rock climbing【ˈrɑːk klaɪmɪŋ】


:the sport or activity of climbing steep rock surfaces

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bungee jumping【ˈbʌndʒi dʒʌmpɪŋ】


:a sport in which a person jumps from a high place, such as a bridge or a cliff, with a bungee tied to their feet

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skydiving【ˈskaɪdaɪvɪŋ】


:a sport in which you jump from a plane and fall for as long as you safely can before opening

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paragliding【ˈpærəɡlaɪdɪŋ】


:a sport in which you wear a special structure like a parachute, jump from a high place and are carried along by the wind before coming down to earth

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hang-gliding【ˈhæŋ ɡlaɪdɪŋ】


:a sport in which you fly while hanging from a frame like a large kite that you control with your body movements

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ウインタースポーツ

skiing【ˈskiːɪŋ】


:the sport or activity of moving over snow on skis

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snowboarding【ˈsnəʊbɔːrdɪŋ】


:the sport of moving over snow on a snowboard

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cross-country skiing【ˌkrɔːs ˌkʌntri ˈskiːɪŋ】


:the sport of skiing across the countryside, rather than down mountains

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sledding【ˈsledɪŋ】


:the activity of riding on a sled

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ice skating【ˈaɪs skeɪtɪŋ】


:the sport or activity of moving on ice on skates

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figure skating【ˈfɪɡjər skeɪtɪŋ】


:a type of ice skating in which you cut patterns in the ice and do jumps and turns

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ice hockey【ˈaɪs hɑːki】


:a game played on ice, in which players use long sticks to hit a hard rubber disc (called a puck) into the other team’s goal

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格闘技など

judo【ˈdʒuːdəʊ】


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:a sport in which two people fight and try to throw each other to the ground

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kendo【ˈkendəʊ】


:a Japanese form of the sport of fencing, using light wooden weapons

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karate【kəˈrɑːti】


:a Japanese system of fighting in which you use your hands and feet as weapons

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fencing【ˈfensɪŋ】


:the sport of fighting with long thin swords

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wrestling【ˈreslɪŋ】


:a sport in which two people fight by holding each other and trying to throw or force their opponent to the ground

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boxing【ˈbɑːksɪŋ】


:a sport in which two people fight each other with their hands, while wearing very large thick gloves (called boxing gloves)

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