(also jiu-jitsu or ju-jutsu /dʒuːˈjʌtsuː/)
A Japanese system of unarmed combat and physical training. Compare with judo.
- The centre is used for ju-jitsu, judo, wing chun, bowls, dancing, a dog club, a car club, a playschool and by a majorette troupe.
- The Chinese kempo and Japanese ju-jutsu differ materially in their methods.
- In the martial art of ju-jitsu, the less powerful uses the strength of the aggressor to immobilize them.
Japanese jūjutsu, from jū 'gentle' + jutsu 'skill'.
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