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Athletics / æˈθletɪks / (এ্যাˈথ্লেটিকছ্) n {US track and field} [the general name for a particular group of competitive sports, including running, jumping and throwing] (মল্লক্রীড়া): He did not take up athletics until he was 22. How long has she been competing on the international athletics circuit?

Athletics Event Related Necessary Vocabulary Note

<ADJ> Athletic / ˈæθletɪk / (ˈএ্যাথলেটিক্) adj 1. {only before noun} [relating to athletes or the sport of athletics] (মল্লক্রীড়া সম্পর্কিত): This College has a long tradition of athletic excellence. An athletic club

2. Athletic / ˈæθletɪk / (ˈএ্যাথলেটিক্) adj [physically strong, fit and active] (মল্লবীর): He looks very athletic. An athletic figure/build   

<NOUN> Athlete / ˈæθliːt / (ˈএ্যাথলীট্) n [a person who is very good a sports or physical exercise, especially one who competes in organized events] (মল্ল ক্রীড়াবিদ): The athletes are training hard for the Olympics.

1. Track 
Ø Track / træk / (ট্র্যাক্) n 1. [a type of path or road, often in the shape of a ring, which has been specially designed and built for sports events, especially for racing] (ট্র্যাক্): The runners are now on their final lap of the track. A running track

2. Track / træk / (ট্র্যাক্) n [a rough path or road, usually one that has not been built but that has been made by people walking there] (চলাচলের ফলে সৃষ্ট পথ চিহ্ন): The house is at the end of a dirt/an unmade track.

Ø Competitive / kəmˈpetətɪv / (ˈপেটটিভ্‌) adj [used to describe a situation in which people or organizations compete against each other] (প্রতিযোগিতামূলক): competitive games/sports

Ø Circuit / ˈsɜːrkɪt / (ˈসা্‌র্কিট্‌) n 1. [(in sport) a series of games or math in which the same players regularly take part] (সার্কিট): the women’s tennis circuit

2Circuit / ˈsɜːrkɪt / (ˈসা্‌র্কিট্‌) n [a closed system of wires and equipment along which an electric current flows] (বিদ্যুৎ প্রবাহের গতিপথ): A defect was found in the water-cooling/electrical circuit.

Ø Excellence / ˈeksələns / (ˈএক্সন্স্‌) n [the quality of being extremely good] (উৎকর্ষ, শ্রেষ্ঠতা): The school is noted for its academic excellence.

Ø Build / bɪld / (বিল্ড্‌) n [the shape and size of the human body] (<মানবদেহ সম্বন্ধে>গড়ন বা গঠন): a man of average build

Hurdling / ˈhɜːrdlɪŋ / (ˈহা্র্ডলিঙ্) n [to run in a race in which there are hurdles to be jumped over, or to jump over something while running] (প্রতিবন্ধক দৌড়): 

Ø Race / reɪs / (রেছ্‌) n 1. [competitions between people, animals, vehicles, etc. to see which one is the faster or fastest] (দৌড়, সাঁতার ইত্যাদির প্রতিযোগিতা): a race between the two runners of the club 

2. Race / reɪs / (রেছ্‌) n [a group, especially of people, with particular similar physical characteristics, who are considered as belonging to the same type, or the fact of belonging to such a group] (<গাত্র বর্ণ, চুলের রং, নাক ও মুখের গড়ন ইত্যাদির ভিত্তিতে স্থিরীকৃত> মানবজাতির শাখা বা জাতি): People of many different races were living side by side. The Bengalis are a mixed race.

Ø Hurdle / ˈhɜːrdl / (ˈহা্‌র্ডল্‌) n [a frame or fence for jumping over in a race] (অস্থাবর কাঠামোবিশেষ): He fell at the last hurdle.

<VERB> Hurdle / ˈhɜːrdl / (ˈহা্‌র্ডল্‌) v [to run in a race in which there are hurdles to be jumped over, or to jump over something while running] (লাফিয়ে বেড়া/বাধা অতিক্রম করা): He hurdled two barriers to avoid reporters.

Sprinting / sprɪntɪŋ / (স্প্রিন্টিঙ্) n [the competitive athletics sport of running distances of 400 meters or less] (৪০০ মেটারের মধ্যে দ্রুত দৌড়): a 100-meter sprinting

Ø Sprint / sprɪnt / (স্প্রিন্ট্‌) v {Pt. Pp. sprinted} [to run or swim a short distance very fast] (পূর্ণবেগে সীমিত দুরত্বে দৌড়ান; ভো দৌড় দেওয়া): He sprinted towards the finishing line. 

<NOUN> Sprint / sprɪnt / (স্প্রিন্ট্‌) n [a race in which the people taking apart run, swim, etc. very fast over a short distance] (<দৌড় প্রতিযোগিতায়>সীমিত দুরত্বে দৌড়): the world sprint champion 

the pole vault
the Pole Vault
the pole vault / ði ˈpoʊl vɔːlt / (দি ˈপৌল্ভোল্ট্) n [an athletics event in which people try to jump over a high bar, using a long pole to push themselves off the ground] (সদণ্ড উল্লস্ফন্‌; দড়ির উপর দিয়ে লাফ): He won silver in the pole vault for Australia. World pole vault champion 

Ø Pole / ˈpoʊl / (ˈপৌল্) n 1. [a long thin straight piece of wood or metal, especially one with the end placed in the ground, used as support] (<দীর্ঘ, সরু>দণ্ড বা খুঁটি): A flag fluttered from a forty-foot pole. A curtain pole

2. Pole / ˈpoʊl / (ˈপৌল্) n [either of the two points at the most northern and most southern ends of the Earth, around which the Earth and other planets turn] (মেরু): the North/South pole 

3. Pole / ˈpoʊl / (ˈপৌল্) n [a person from Poland] (পোল্যান্ড দেশীয় লোক; পোল):

Ø Vault / vɔːlt / (ভোল্ট্‌) v 1. [to jump over an object in a single movement, using your hands or a pole to push you] (কোনো কিছুর উপর ভর রেখে কিংবা দন্ডের সাহায্যে এক চোটে লাফ দেওয়া): He vaulted over the gate and run up the path.

2. Vault / vɔːlt / (ভোল্ট্‌) n [a jump made by vaulting] (দণ্ড লাফ):

3. Vault 
3. Vault / vɔːlt / (ভোল্ট্‌) n [a room with thick walls and a strong door, especially in a bank, used for keeping valuable things safe] (<ব্যাংকে মূল্যবান সামগ্রী ইত্যাদি রাখার>নিরাপদ ভাণ্ডার বা পাতালকুঠরি): My most of the jewelry is stored in bank vaults. 

Ø Champion / ˈtʃæmpiən / (ˈচ্যাম্পিন্‌) n 1. [a person, team, etc. that has won a completion, especially in a sport] (প্রতিযোগিতায় বিজয়ি দল বা ব্যক্তি): an Olympic champion  

2. Champion / ˈtʃæmpiən / (ˈচ্যাম্পিন্‌) n [a person, who fights for, or speaks in support of, a group of people or a belief, right or principle] (যে ব্যক্তি অপরের সমর্থনে যুদ্ধ করে, তর্কে নামে বা কথা বলে): He was a champion of the poor all her life.

the high jump
the High Jump
the high jump / ði ˈhaɪ dʒʌmp / (দি ˈহা জাম্প্) n [a track and field event in which competitors try to jump over a high bar supported on two poles. The height of the bar is gradually raised and the winner is the athlete who jumps highest without knocking the bar off the poles] (উঁচু লাফ; উল্লস্ফ): Raju won a gold medal in the high jump.

the long jump
the Long Jump
the long jump / ði ˈlɔːŋ dʒʌmp / (দি ˈলোঙ্জাম্প্) n {US broad jump} [an athletics event in which a person try to jump as far forward as possible after running up to a line] (দীর্ঘ লম্ফ): Hansen came third in the long jump.

the javelin
the Javelin
the javelin / ði ˈdʒævlɪn / (দী ˈজ্যাভ্লিন্) n [the athletics event or sport of throwing a javelin as far as possible] (বর্শা নিক্ষেপ): He was first in the javelin.


Ø Javelin / ˈdʒævlɪn / (ˈজ্যাভ্লিন্) n [a light spear (= a long stick with a pointed end) which is thrown in a sporting event] (<ক্রীড়া প্রতিযোগিতায় ব্যবহৃত>বর্শা): He hurled the javelin almost 150 meters. 

the hammer
the Hammer
the hammer / ði ˈhæmər / n (দি ˈহ্যামর্‌) {Also hammer-throwing} [a track and field event in which a heavy metal ball joined by a wire to a handle is thrown as far as possible] (হাতুড়ি নিক্ষেপ):

Ø Hammer / ˈhæmər / (ˈহ্যামর্‌) n [a hardware tool with a handle and a heavy metal head, used for breaking things or hitting nails] (হাতুরি): a gentle tap with a hammer

the discus
the Discus
the discus / ði ˈdɪskəs / (দি ˈডিছ্‌কছ্‌) [the athletics events in which a discus is thrown as far as possible] (চকতি নিক্ষেপ): He hurled the discus across the field. Her foot landed outside the discus circle and she was disqualified.

Ø Discus / ˈdɪskəs / (ˈডিছ্‌কছ্‌) n [a heavy plate-shaped object which is thrown as part of a sports event] (<ধাতু বা কাঠের>চাকতি): He regained his discus title after a few years.  

Ø Hurl / hɜːrl / (হা্‌র্ল্‌) v {Pt. Pp. hurled / hɜːrld / (হা্‌র্ল্ড্‌)} [to throw Sth with a lot of force, usually in an angry or violent way] (সজোরে নিক্ষেপ করা): He hurled a stone through the window.

Ø Disqualify / dɪsˈkwɑːlɪfaɪ / (ডিছˈকুঅলিফা) v {Pt. Pp. disqualified} [to prevent Sb from doing Sth because they have broken a rule or are not suitable] (অযোগ্য বা অক্ষম করা): He was disqualified from the competition for using drugs. 

the triple jump
the Triple Jump
the triple jump / ði ˈtrɪpl dʒʌmp / (দি ˈট্রিপ্ল জাম্প্‌) n [a track and field events in which the athlete jumps from one foot and lands on it, then jumps from one foot and lands on the other, and finally jumps with both feet] (খেলায় ত্রয় লাফ): He is Asian the triple jump champion. 

Shot put
Shot Put
Shot put / ʃɔːrt pʊt / (শোর্ট্‌ ফুট্‌) n [an athletics event involving “putting” (push rather than throwing) a heavy spherical object – the shot as far as possible] (শট পুট্‌):

the shot
the shot
Ø Spherical / ˈsferɪkl / (ˈস্ফেরিকল্‌) adj {SYN round} [shaped like a sphere or round like a ball] (গোলাকাকার): The Earth is not perfectly spherical.

Ø the shot / ði ʃɑːt / (দি শাঃট্‌) n [the heavy metal ball is used in the sports competition called the shot-put] (<ক্রীড়া প্রতিযোগিতায় নিক্ষিপ্ত>লোহার ভারী বল):

Relay race
Relay Race
Relay race / ˈriːleɪ reɪs / (ˈরীলে রেছ্‌) n [a track and field event in which athletes run a pre-set distance carrying a baton before passing it onto the next runner] (পালা-দৌড়): a relay team

1. Baton
Ø Baton / bəˈtɑːn / (ˈটাঃন্) n 1. [a short light stick that one runner of a team in a relay race passes to the next runner to run] (<মল্লক্রীড়া খেলায়>ছোট হালকা লাঠি): to pass/hand over the baton

2. Baton / bəˈtɑːn / (ˈটাঃন্) n [a thin light stick used by the person (called a conductor) who is in control of an orchestra, or a group of musicians to show the speed of the music] (বাদকদলের নেতা যে চিকন লাঠি ব্যবহার করে): The orchestra played brilliantly under Previn’s baton.

3. Baton / bəˈtɑːn / (ˈটাঃন্) n {UK truncheon; US nightstick} [a thick heavy stick used as a weapon by police, to force a crowd back] (পুলিশদের ছোট মোটা লাঠি যা অস্ত্র হিসাবে ব্যবহৃত হয়; সোঁটা): The police were ordered to draw their batons and disperse the crowd.   

Ø Relay / ˈriːleɪ / (ˈরীলে) n {Also relay race} 1. [a race between teams in which each member of the team runs or swims one section of the race] (পালা-দৌড়): the 4×100m relay

2. Relay / ˈriːleɪ / (ˈরীলে) n [an electronic device that receives radio or television signals and sends them on again with greater strength] (অনুপ্রচার): a relay station

Marathon / ˈmærəθɑːn / (ˈম্যারথাঃন্‌) n [a long-distance race, completed by running, walking, or a run/walk strategy. There are also wheelchair division, a footrace run on an open course usually of 26 miles 385 yards (42.2 kilometers) broadly] (<ক্রীড়া প্রতিযোগিতায় প্রায় ২৬ মেইল বা ৪১.৮ কিমি দুরত্বের অবিরাম দৌড়>ম্যারাথন): She did/ran her first marathon in just under three hours. 

1. Course
Ø Course / kɔːrs / (কোর্ছ্‌) n 1. [an area of land or water used for a sports event] (খেলার মাঠ): a golf course

2. Course / kɔːrs / (কোর্ছ্‌) n [a set of classes or a plan of study on a particular subject, usually resulting in an examination or qualification] (শিক্ষা বর্ষ): They are going away on a training course next week. A degree course

3. Course / kɔːrs / (কোর্ছ্‌) n [a part of a meal which is served separately from the other parts] (খাবার তালিকার অন্যতম পদ): A traditional British main course consists of a meal dish with potatoes and other vegetables. A four-course dinner/lunch 

Race Walking
Race Walking / ˈreɪs ˌwɑːkɪŋ / (রেইস ওয়াঃকিং) n [the sport of rapid, continuous-foot-contact walking, requiring that the trailing foot not be lifted until the other meets the ground and the knee locks momentarily, and executed in an upright, rhythmic stride with the arms usually held bent and high and pumped close to the body] (হাটার প্রতিযোগিতা): I used to love running but recently I have got into race walking. 

                                            Noted from Google Images, Oxford & Cambridge Dictionary

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