black belt

  1. a black sash worn to show expert standards in the martial arts (judo or karate)
  2. a person who attained the rank of expert in the martial arts (judo or karate)
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  • The women who take karate will be testing for their black belts within the next six months.
  • I have a black belt in Shotokan karate, about 15 years experience. HOLLYWOOD INSIDER: TV’s Most Explosive Couple; Burn Notice’s Jeffrey Donovan and Gabrielle Anwar; Talk About Their Most Dangerous Stunts, TV’s Most Unusual Relationship and Much, Much, More!
  • I’ve been practicing and teaching martial arts for 45 years and currently hold an 8th degree black belt in jujutsu and a 5th degree in kenjutsu (the art of Japanese swordplay). Dusk Before the Dawn » 2009 » April
  • Who do you think will win if a taekwondo black belt fights a street fighter?
  • He wore a gold sleeper in his left ear, a well-worn, waist-length brown leather jacket, dark blue jeans, a black belt and a gold bracelet.
  • Graeson, who holds a 10th dan black belt in jujitsu, and Chang, holder of an eighth dan karate black belt, were the foremost members of the Kitwe judo club.
  • First blind person to receive black belt in karate in Australia stars in TV ad First blind person to receive black belt in karate in Australia stars in TV ad
  • She was wearing a hideous brown dress, complete with mules and a patent black belt.
  • He set his mind on achieving black belt status in karate and he did just that in the months and years that were to follow.
  • Wallace also has a sec­o nd-degree black belt in hoi jeon moo sool hapkido and a first-degree black belt in tae kwan do. Times Record News Stories
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