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الإنجليزية - التركية
{s} atletik

Yağmur halinde atletik toplantı iptal edilecektir. - In case of rain, the athletic meeting will be called off.

Atletik karşılaşma yağmur dolayısıyla ertelenmişti. - The athletic meet was postponed due to rain.

atletizmli ilgili
{s} spora özgü, sportif, spor
atletlere athletically atletik bir şekilde
{s} atletlerle ilgili
athletics atletizm

Bir spor kulübüne katılmak istiyorum. - I want to join an athletic club.

bedence güçlü
athletic field
atletizm sahası
athletic game
atletik oyun
athletic socks
spor çorabı
athletic grounds
atletik zeminler
athletic shoe
atletik ayakkabı
athletic supporter
atletik destekçisi
athletic heart
sporcu kalbi
athletic heart
güçlü kalp
{i} atletizm

Atletizm okul hayatının önemli bir parçasıdır. - Athletics are an important part of school life.

Adil çalışmada çok iyidir fakat atletizme geldiğinde, o biraz kötüdür. - Adil is very good at studying, but when it comes to athletics, he's a bit lousy.

physically active
Fiziksel olarak aktif
sportif biçimde
female athletic triad
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) kadında atletik üçleme
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A player on the team Oakland Athletics
An attribute of a motion or play which requires fine physical ability
having to do with athletes
physically active
having a muscular, well developed body, being in shape
{a} belonging to wrestling, strong, bony
A player on the team the "Oakland Athletics"
Befitting an athlete; strong; muscular; robust; vigorous; as, athletic Celts
An athletic person is fit, and able to perform energetic movements easily. Xandra is an athletic 36-year-old with a 21-year-old's body
relating to or befitting athletics or athletes; "athletic facilities
{s} participating in sports; pertaining to sports; gifted in sports
Athletic means relating to athletes and athletics. They have been given college scholarships purely on athletic ability
having a sturdy and well proportioned body; "an athletic build"
vigorously active; "an acrobatic dance"; "an athletic child"; "athletic playing"; "gymnastic exercises"
relating to or befitting athletics or athletes; "athletic facilities"
Of or pertaining to athletes or to the exercises practiced by them; as, athletic games or sports
having a sturdy and well proportioned body; "an athletic build" relating to or befitting athletics or athletes; "athletic facilities
athletic protectors
plural form of athletic protector
athletic supporter
An elastic garment supporting and defending male genitalia from modest injury. A jock strap
athletic supporter
In particular reference to the above, as a joke, one who is into professional athletics
athletic supporters
plural form of athletic supporter
athletic contest
a contest between athletes
athletic facility
a facility for athletic events
athletic game
a game involving athletic activity
athletic sock
a sock worn for athletic events
athletic socks
special socks designed to protect the feet while playing sports
athletic supporter
a support for the genitals worn by men engaging in strenuous exercise
athletic supporter
An elastic support for the male genitals, worn especially in athletic or other strenuous activity. Also called jockstrap
athletic supporter
jockstrap, elastic strap which supports and protects the genitals (worn by male athletes)
athletic training
the course of practice and exercise and diet undertaken by an athlete
athletic type
muscular and big-boned
The team The Oakland Athletics, previously Kansas City Athletics and Philadelphia Athletics
Nickname for many athletic teams whose full name includes "Athletics"
Competitive activities such as sports and games requiring stamina, fitness and skill
Amateur Athletic Association
AAA, organization for non-professional athletes
The team The Oakland Athletics
National Collegiate Athletic Association
the full name of the NCAA. Organization that administers U.S. intercollegiate athletics. It was formed in 1906 but did not acquire significant powers to enforce its rules until 1942. Headquartered at Indianapolis, Ind., it functions as a general legislative and administrative authority, formulating and enforcing rules of play for various sports and eligibility criteria for athletes. It has about 1,200 member schools and conducts about 80 national championships in a total of about 20 sports
in an athletic manner
an active diversion requiring physical exertion and competition
Athletics refers to any kind of physical sports, exercise, or games. students who play intercollegiate athletics
intercollegiate athletics
Athletics refers to track and field sports such as running, the high jump, and the javelin. As the modern Olympics grew in stature, so too did athletics
Sporting events (football, hockey & other games), tournaments, competitions
The art of training by athletic exercises; the games and sports of athletes
{i} sports, exercise
participation in sports events as an extracurricular activity
This skill is used by anyone for feats of running, jumping and throwing It covers track and field events sufficiently to allow the person to compete in a modern decathlon Sometimes a roll itself is used, at other times the skill may modify another roll or figure (e g the distance sprinted in a 10 second melee round is equal to 80m + athletics skill, giving 92m for a skill of 12 in athletics) It is a Physical skill
varsity and junior varsity sports
a contest between athletes
Competitive activities such as sports and games requiring stamina, fitness and skill; particularly those activities known in the United States as track and field
Although BYU-Idaho will discontinue intercollegiate athletics, it will continue to sponsor highly competitive athletics within the institution The new athletic program will involve many more students than the current athletic program This new program goes beyond an intramural program where a group of friends play together on teams These new programs will demand a high level of commitment It will require practicing, training, coaching and skill development - a level formerly characteristic of varsity athletics
The sport of Running, Jumping, and Throwing Known as "Track and Field" in some parts of the world