Wednesday, March 23, 2011


(1) Physically active and strong; good at athletics: ‘I’ve never been very athletic.’

(2) Athletics = sports such as running, jumping, and throwing the javelin: ‘I’ve never been very good at athletics.’ The noun athletics (WITH – s) is often used in front of another noun: ‘He’s been selected for the athletics team.’

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