[ UK /d‍ʒˈuːdə‍ʊ/ ]
[ US /ˈdʒuˌdoʊ/ ]
  1. a sport adapted from jujitsu (using principles of not resisting) and similar to wrestling; developed in Japan
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How To Use judo In A Sentence

  • The word judo translates to "gentle way," and this martial art focuses on using an opponent's strength and weight to one's advantage. Anthony Tjan: Business Needs More Judo, Less Karate
  • It is commonly mistranslated in judo circles as the ‘taker’ of a technique.
  • Blind people quickly learn to find their bearing (space, time) in judo training and to move around with self-assurance.
  • Spurred by the growing popularity of judo, especially in European countries, a new generation of non-Japanese judoka are coming of age -- and they're changing the nature of the game. Judo power shift
  • Never maudlin, never cloying, the story is that of a judo champion struck down in a road accident and almost overnight becoming a paraplegic in a wheelchair.
  • Was older and senior to me he was also a good judoka. Eastman War | SciFi, Fantasy & Horror Collectibles
  • At a recent judo clinic I attended, eighty-year old 10th dan Phil Porter told us we would achieve that when we had done a technique ‘ten thousand times’!
  • In the opening chapter, the author traces the development of judo from its ancient roots.
  • Sandy's a black belt in judo.
  • I have a background as a judo player. Times, Sunday Times
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