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Olympics

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. Olympic Games, Olympics, Olympiadnoun

    the modern revival of the ancient games held once every 4 years in a selected country

GCIDE

  1. Olympics

    A modified revival of the ancient Olympian games, consisting of international athletic games, races, etc., now held once in four years, the first having been at Athens in 1896. There are now two sets of modern Olympic games, the summer games and the winter games. Both had been held every four years, in the same year, but in 1998 for the first time the winter games began to be held two years after the summer games, though each series is still held only once every four years. The number and types of sports contests held at the olympics has greatly expanded from the original number.

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  1. Olympicsnoun

    The Olympic Games.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of Olympics in Chaldean Numerology is: 3

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of Olympics in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4

Examples of Olympics in a Sentence

  1. Mark Harrison:

    I was nowhere near ready to be competing in an Olympics a year ago, in 2019, winning worlds was a shock to me. Even going into 2020, I did n’t really know what I was doing. Everything was coming really fast and I had no idea how I got to where I was and had not enough time to get to where I needed to be... It was stressful and scary.

  2. Katerina Stefanidi:

    But if we do this (survey) again, it will be reversed, then 80 percent of the athletes would want the Olympics to go ahead.

  3. Mayor Marty Walsh:

    The success of our bid for the Olympics depends on the support of residents and we should only move forward in a way that will bring the greatest benefit to the city.

  4. The Indian:

    I think the Olympics is a huge stage for India in terms of golf.

  5. Ran Zwigenberg:

    The problem is the controversy surrounding the Olympics, and it’s being very politicized, and that’s something that a lot of people in Hiroshima don’t like. They don’t like to have the image of their city wedded to this kind of controversial visit.

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