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aikido

Saltos de línea: ai¦kido
Pronunciación: /ʌɪˈkiːdəʊ
 
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Definición de aikido en inglés:

sustantivo

[mass noun]
A Japanese form of self-defence and martial art that uses locks, holds, throws, and the opponent’s own movements.
Example sentences
  • I have seen this in countless martial arts schools, in karate, aikido, judo, kung fu, etc.
  • The Judo practice uniform and belt system eventually spread to many of the other modern martial arts such as aikido and karate which adapted them for their purpose.
  • Most teachers think if they are teaching a martial art, such as karate, kung fu, aikido or judo, their students are learning self-defense.

Origen

1950s: from Japanese aikidō, literally 'way of adapting the spirit', from ai 'together, unify' + ki 'spirit' + 'way'.

Words that rhyme with aikido

bushido, credo, Guido, Ido, libido, lido, speedo, teredo, torpedo, tuxedo

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